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As a result of this review, GNM will develop its current weekend offering and introduce a greater degree of integration between the editorial teams of the Guardian and Observer," said GMG in a statement.
Life-cycle Integration The third degree of integration is life-cycle integration--in other words, making choices that integrate near- and long-term consequences of acquisition decisions.
Such a high degree of integration demands a coordinating bureaucracy and the sacrifice of significant amounts of national sovereignty to that bureaucracy.
Although one can measure (Willer, Rosenthal, Kreutzer, Gordon, & Rempel, 1993; Whiteneck, Charlifue, Gerhart, Overholser, & Richardson, 1994) the degree of integration of an individual with SCI into the community and the ways in which people with SCI participate in community living (or do not), this does not imply that one can say what is successful versus unsuccessful community integration.
The complexity of OFDM and MIMO architectures requires a high degree of integration to provide functionality in the smallest space possible.
This dual controller offers customers a high degree of integration that results in savings in board space and balance of materials costs.
With new international regulations applicable to healthcare organizations; an increase in the degree of integration of the IVD systems in the IT environment of healthcare institutions; and attacks observed in healthcare organizations from a multitude of sources, IT security requirements are growing.
The carrier network edge is set to experience a greater degree of integration of L2 and L3 technologies on IP service platforms, including support of broadband aggregation capabilities due in great part to major expansion of broadband services.