method of choice


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the best method to achieve a desired result

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Sindell spells out his method of choice, an 11-step process that starts with a rough idea and finishes with a polished end product.
Wet combing is accurate in diagnosing active infestation, but visual inspection is the method of choice if the aim is to determine the frequency of carriers of eggs or nits, conclude the authors.
The method of choice involves drilling holes in outside walls so loose-fill can be blown in between wall studs.
Commenting on its flexibility Mr Bath says: "The current uncertainty within the lending markets has shifted the focus towards ABL as the funding method of choice for companies looking to refinance as well as those going through a change of ownership via such deals as management buy-outs and take-overs.
Fast and reliable detection systems are, therefore, the method of choice.
An Israeli intelligence expert has issued a warning that maritime terrorism is positioned to be al-Qaeda's method of choice.
In the last 20 years, design-build contracting has become the method of choice in public and private construction projects.
The Air Force is leaning heavily toward Lean as the method of choice," Wollam said.
Pipe ramming is often the method of choice in cobble or free flowing solid conditions.
Datamonitor said: "Cards are becoming the payment method of choice.
The comparison method of choice for this research is to be as consistent as possible between class types, while maintaining the comparison within a division.
For these reasons, CT is the primary imaging method of choice.
The compression molded parts showed more than 50% higher impact resistance than the injection molded ones, and compression molding would likely be the method of choice for large parts anyway," he notes.
Allen also sees the numbers as the method of choice for measuring the value of a holy life like John Paul II's.
Of those three methods, Prudential found that faxing is currently the method of choice of general agencies, while electronic submission is the method used by retail agents.