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a code or set of codes governing action or procedure, for example

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convicting the innocent is an ancient prescript embedded in the
The number of prescript ions ha s soa r ed f rom 2.
The paperwork presents a part of the new technologies and architectures for integration of the information systems that allow communication of data between heterogeneous databases and provide an integrated management for processes and documents, integration of new and legacy applications, management of the data storage space and their security, being detailed the policies prescript by authors after a study made on 76 Romanian companies for assuring the prerequisites for implementing integrated management systems, project being in course, funded by Romanian Ministry of Education, Research and Innovation.
But if, indeed, the law God laid down left some trace of itself impressed on things, if by his command things were formed in such a way that they were rendered appropriate for fulfilling the will of the command then already we must admit that a certain efficacy has been placed in things, a form or a force, something like what we usually call by the name 'nature,' something from which the series of phenomena follow in accordance with the prescript of the first command.
Drawing on historical documents, Dixon presents "The Prescript of the Order of the Invisible Empire," which is addressed "To the lovers of law and order, peace and justice.
In this paper were detailed the policies prescript by author after a study made on 76 Romanian companies for assuring the prerequisites for implement integrated management systems, project being in course, funded by Romanian Ministry of Education, Research and Innovation.
However, its prescript is weakened every time a regional arrangement deviates from it without suffering any negative consequences.
22) He uses letters to control: in planning the sea battle, he commands Taurus with written instructions: "Do not exceede / The Prescript of this Scroule" (3.
Joseph Fitzmeyer argues that the three-part prescript formula (naming himself, the co-sender and the addressees in the first two verses, then adding his initial greeting) "makes it likely that the letter was not intended to be read silently by those addressed, but to be read aloud to an assembled group of Christians.
Using the context profile and rule-based constraint mapping, the context profile processor generates a set of transformation processes/operators called transformation prescript required to meet the constraints.
According to the Defence Forces' Physical Fitness Prescript (2000), every commander his to control the physical.
Possessed of such a prescript is neither Darlymple et al.
Using this define and collect (or capture) paradigm, the developers define the types of events they want to find, and then either choose a classroom so they can prescript or prearrange a given lesson, or search databases of existing video to find ones that illustrate the desired point(s).
the Sayings and Acts of the Prophet and the Rightly Guided ones, those successors who knew him, is a prescript for administration as well as a faith.
In contrast, tumor remaining in a resection specimen from a patient who has undergone previous (neoadjuvant) treatment of any type (radiation therapy alone, chemotherapy therapy alone, or any combined modality treatment) is codified by the TNM using a prescript "y" (eg, ypT1).