modus operandi


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a method used in dealing with something

the approach used to do something

Synonyms for modus operandi

an unvarying or habitual method or procedure

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About Modus Operandi Modus Operandi delivers technology that helps organizations discover the hidden patterns of potential threats and opportunities-the genius-locked in their data.
Clayton has already suggested a modus operandi for such a genuine dialogue: a consortium of three centers drawn from each of the three religious traditions jointly managing a longer-term program of science-and-religion projects, each playing its role in hosting and supporting the program, with decisions concerning participating scientists being made jointly by the leaders of the three institutes.
The intent of this special issue of Academic Exchange Quarterly (AEQ) is not to address the debate directly, but to acknowledge its presence as a backdrop to some positive developments that touch on a goodly share of the university's mission and modus operandi in America.
It provides descriptions of con artists' modus operandi and a free list--via e-mail--of known schemes.
The group's modus operandi for influencing election outcomes has been simple for decades: Use churches to distribute biased, partisan "voter guides" that tell church-going voters which candidates are saints and which are sinners.
This is not spiritual practice; it is the practice of indoctrination and the modus operandi of organized, big-business religions.
Nevertheless, the need for improved access to information legislation and the increase in multinational corporations, e-commerce, and globalization dictate that this modus operandi cannot continue.
As a distant observer, I do not know whether that was in fact the modus operandi of this individual.
One of the most immediate outcomes of identifying CEM15'S modus operandi would be the creation of assays for rapidly identifying Vif-inhibiting compounds, which could become anti-AIDS drugs.
Agreed-upon principles make all of these inherent to a firm's modus operandi.
6 closely resembles the modus operandi of teams that run a 34 defense.
The mercenaries' modus operandi was simple but direct.
The film is a testament to a complex artistic vision, disclosing more in its visual logic about Brakhage's modus operandi than any weighty panel discussion permits.
Nursing Homes/Long Term Care Management has found this to be a common modus operandi among the entrants to its Optima Awards contests, examples of which you will find in this issue.
But the striking similarity lies in the modus operandi, in the way the site is accommodated and the programme articulated in each case, Perhaps this shows the establishment of a new orthodoxy, a further step down the Modernist road.