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a definition that gives an exact equivalent of the term defined

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HI : The performance of organizations with an explicit business-domain definition is likely to be higher than that of organizations without an explicit definition.
DOD top executives and the Congress), which are intended to provide each with sufficient understanding of the architecture to allow for meaningful input; "to be" architecture organization and location views, which define the entities/people who will perform the functions, processes, and activities, and specify the locations where the functions, processes, and activities will be performed; an explicit definition of architecture drivers and governing principles, which are the constraints and requirements that lead to major decisions about the "to be" architecture (e.
The editorial does not mention that the new policy offers an explicit definition of civic learning.
In contrast, by explicit definition in the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act, a "partial-birth abortion" is an abortion in which the abortionist "delivers a living fetus until, in the case of a head-first presentation, the entire fetal head is outside the body of the mother, or, in the case of breech presentation, any part of the fetal trunk past the navel is outside the body of the mother, for the purpose of performing an overt act that the person knows will kill the partially delivered living fetus" [emphasis added].
First, a book that is entirely devoted to boundary issues would do well to settle on a single, explicit definition of the term "boundary.
Prior to Porter's use of the competitive advantage terminology in 1985, typical references to competitive advantage used the term without explicit definition.
40) Although it is evident that linking "self-determination" and "peoples" together implies that it is a group of people not yet self-administered who are legally entitled to do so, there is no explicit definition of such in the Charter.
An explicit definition and statement of curriculum-related critical thinking skills comes from Chancellor Glenn Dumke's (1980) Executive Order 338 announcing the requirement of formal instruction in critical thinking throughout the nineteen California State University campuses:
An explicit definition can save the reader (and referees) considerable time and prevent confusion.
Highlights of the new PetroVR software release include expanded scheduling options enabled by pull-down menus that prompt for real-world scheduling interdependencies; explicit definition of both planned and unexpected downtime within production models; automatic "choking" corrections that keep forecasts within actual capacity limits; simplified rig manipulations, now explicitly defined within a project schedule according to user-definable interdependencies; and enhanced decision trees with greater flexibility to compare branch results.
The resolution also criticizes the application of the death penalty "for crimes that lack a precise and explicit definition, including moharabeh--enmity against God--or for crimes that do not qualify as the most serious crimes, in violation of international law.
Models developed using xBML can be used to drive a multitude of corporate initiatives, such as quantifiable business improvement, an explicit definition of an enterprise architecture, technology enablement, strategy and management, and regulatory compliance.
Noonan's discussion here admirably conveys a sense of the extent to which it is--Frege's own eventual abandonment of his logicism in the face of Russell's antinomy notwithstanding--very much a live and vigorously debated question whether a modified version of Frege's position may be defensible, by assigning a leading role to Hume's principle in place of Frege's explicit definition of number in terms of extensions.
Mico demands an explicit definition of the Millaran culture in southeast Spain from a re-analysis of this horizon.
In addition, this "gradual" implementation is totally open-ended due to the absence of either a deadline or explicit definition of "specified locations.