flexibility


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The Impact of Manufacturing Flexibility Upon Marketing Strategies.
But with all the flexibility, there are no uniform criteria.
The small size and greater flexibility of SATA cables deliver several benefits.
A dancer's flexibility depends upon the elasticity of their ligaments, muscles, and soft tissue, called fascia.
The book is exceptionally well organized, presenting first a modern overview of flexibility and stretching and the sciences that support it, and then focusing on clinical considerations, principles of stretching, anatomical aspects of flexibility, applications to specific disciplines, and stretching exercises.
Based on the answers to these questions, you can begin to analyse the relative importance of flexibility, in terms of size, cost, application and/or location.
Advances in the patented EasyPath test technology also provide the unique benefit of design flexibility with platform features and price points better than those available with Structured ASICs.
While they may use slightly different approaches, they continue to believe that stretching increases flexibility and safeguards against muscle and connective tissue strains.
Not only did the conversion create greater flexibility for the Meridian, Idaho-based company, but it also strengthened United Heritage's ability to create long-term strategies and better serve its policyholders, said Dennis Johnson, chief executive officer.
In its ongoing internal review of its existing regulations and guidance, OPM could more directly focus on determining the continued relevance and utility of its regulations and guidance by asking whether they provide the flexibility that agencies need in managing their workforces while also incorporating protections for employees.
Elastomers are generally poor diffusion barriers because the constituent polymer chains have a high degree of flexibility above their glass transition temperature.
Seeking to keep his promise to give states more flexibility while expanding health insurance coverage to low-income people, President George W.
SAP AG (NYSE:SAP) has announced that companies can now achieve true e-business flexibility and lower cost of ownership with the mySAP.
Gerald Powell, global market advisor for Dow AgroSciences in Indianapolis, wanted to complete an MBA (Master of Business Administration) with the flexibility to accommodate work time and family time.
A recent study involving military trainees confirmed that hamstring flexibility affects the rate of injury during a basic training course.