процедура ; операция ; технологический процесс; методика проведения; образ действия
- There are amoebae which gather sandgrains of particular sizes - a process clearly requiring a selection procedure, an instinctive ability to make decisions- using them as a protective outer layer.
- The post-war bulge, which had exacerbated discontent with the procedure for allocation to secondary schools in the late fifties, had now arrived at the gates of higher education.
- Careful attention needs to be paid to the aspects of research procedure mentioned above.
- This is a very sophisticated procedure, but only in the most metaphorical sense would we want to say that the computer has a theory of the external world.
- Nevertheless, it was able to take up various causes from Chilean refugees to the RUC complaints procedure.
- Monitoring the Procedure
- X/Open has licensed the company's Remote Task Invocation (RTI) technology, a protocol for implementing remote procedure calls developed for the Multivendor Integration Architecture consortium.
- The procedure for exchanging goods varies from shop to shop, but may include:
- When anaesthesia and antisepsis were both well established, surgery became a bearable procedure.
- And what's more, there's no pressure to buy, no long term commitment to meet and a Red House ordering procedure that guarantees that you only ever get the books you ask for.
- setting the objectives or defining the purpose of the procedure
- There is, however, one procedure that has been found to produce apparently the reverse effect - Hall and Schachtman (1987) have demonstrated that leaving a long interval between the last session of pre-exposure to the stimulus and the first test session will result in the restoration of an habituated UR while leaving latent inhibition unaffected.
- It is that two years, two and a quarter years ago I established a procedure in the Labour Party (uproar from audience).