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Synonyms for adjacent

not far from another in space, time, or relation

sharing a common boundary

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nearest in space or position

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having a common boundary or edge

near or close to but not necessarily touching

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Tearing down the lab walls, so to speak, and collaborating with these new partners has allowed GE to see around the corner, spot new technology and business trends, and make informed strategic decisions in growing adjacencies.
Using the AdSafe technology, brand stewards can set their own standards for appropriate content adjacencies (which will vary by brand image and strategy) and then rely on AdSafe's technology to ensure that these standards are met.
Many essays in Adjacencies offer alternatives to the cynicism of Agnew, who has "little doubt that most of [her students] are not interested in changing or transforming society, but anxious to find their own place in it" (p.
A repeatable formula creates the confidence to invest quickly, provides a method by which to find the next opportunity and makes it possible to handle more adjacencies faster and execute them better.
As is typical in the Think Tank Process, expected adjacencies did not materialize.
In the literature, the adjacency of lattice points (or pixels) is usually characterized by a neighborhood graph [GAMMA], and the complementarity of adjacencies is defined via the Jordan-Brouwer surface theorem (Lachaud and Montanvert, 2000).
Requiring information quickly, the client needs to gain an overall picture of what the adjacencies are and how the space will lay out.
Instead, he recommends that brand owners look for "unmet needs of consumers in other category areas"--a concept that he describes as adjacencies.
Once the "acid test" assessment is completed and verification of your core strengths has been made, you then have another set of opportunities to explore: adjacencies to your core.
Unfortunately, the book does not respond in detail to the ongoing debate in healthcare buildings over clinical adjacencies versus deep-plan.
Zook has fashioned a framework for understanding, evaluating and leveraging adjacencies.
Chairman and CEO Mike Anderson adds, "This opportunity is a continuation of The Andersons' strategy of investment in logical business, operational and geographic adjacencies.