First, for standard deals, automated contract creation coupled with approval workflows can entirely eliminate the legal bottleneck
. Document request questionnaires are designed for and presented directly to business users, who can instantly create fit-for-purpose and signature-ready documents without the need for direct involvement by Legal if their answers to the questionnaire are complete and compliant.
* 8mm scharfe Patrone M.88--consisted of a rimmed, bottlenecked
case 50mm long topped with a round-nosed, full metal-jacketed (FMJ) 8mm bullet weighing 244 grains that 62 grains of compressed black-powder propelled to a velocity of 1750 fps.
15) in which there are strikingly similar preferences for jobs, social roles, or instrumental goods--and in which successes snowball, as "each outcome is another opportunity." (7) To do so, we need a pluralistic model of opportunities in which no bottleneck
is too severe and many different processes and paths enable one to pursue success (pp.
CMOs) Biotherapeutic Developers CMOs Serious bottleneck
8.8% today Some bottleneck
33.8% 60.0% problems Minor problems 26.5% 10.0% Source: 11th Annual Report and Survey of Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing, April 2014, www.bioplanassociates.com/11th Note: Table made from bar graph.
The more pervasive the use of a particular test, criterion, or practice across a wider range of job opportunities and firms, and the more strict or dispositive its effect on employment decisions, the more severe the bottleneck
. (A bottleneck
is even more pervasive if its effects extend beyond the employment sphere.) The new wave of antidiscrimination statutes with which I began have the purpose and the effect of ameliorating certain bottlenecks--that is, making them less severe--by making them either less pervasive or less strict or both.
Most literatures on morning commute have assumed that the capacity of the bottleneck
is deterministic and the traffic demand is also deterministic or governed by a predetermined elastic demand function.
The walls of the reproductive tract are angled in such a way that when a sperm approaches these bottlenecks
, it's bounced from side to side and forced back.
Ang problema nga lang is using the FTP has caused the bottlenecks
,' Jimenez said.
won't be to everyone's liking, but it's essential theatre.
While the pipeline bottleneck
is expected to ease up next year, a new International Maritime Organization rule that goes into effect in 2020 will keep heavy crude at a discount of $31-$33 a barrel against WTI, according to a July report by the Canadian Energy Research Institute, or CERI.
concept has a long history in manufacturing improvement initiatives whereby managers identify where and why product creation is reduced.
The analysis of this paper is based on the classical bottleneck
model, which is originally developed by Vickrey .
"TrueDepth camera may be main production bottleneck
of iPhone X ramp. The 3D sensing (TrueDepth camera) on iPhone X is composed of a structured-light system, time-of-flight system and a front-facing camera, which represents a far more complex structure than those of rivals," KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said on his research note which was obtained by (https://www.macrumors.com/2017/09/25/truedepth-slowing-down-iphone-x-production/) MacRumors.
Now, the teams at camp-III were deprived of an experienced climber i.e., Shaheen Baig, who knew exactly where to fix the rope ahead of Camp-IV in the Bottleneck
. On July 30, all climbers reached camp-III (7500 m) except Mr.
Dubai: A bottleneck
at the Al Ain road exit on Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Road is causing massive tailbacks of traffic coming from the south during evening peak hours, leaving motorists fuming.