- v. present participle of blueprint.
“So we are talking about it here today because we have begun some internal, what is called blueprinting or assessment work, we've got people working on it.”
“One letter proposes a sane nuclear policy by blueprinting a systematic dismantling of nuclear armaments.”
“Nothing was more exhaustive and precise than blueprinting an engine, nothing.”
“Also, given that we have open and transparent governance, open blueprinting, open resources and fund many community members to our developer summit, it seems like you are seeing the part of the picture you want to see.”
“PS: The most important thing for artists is blueprinting out their business.”
“I think mapping it out and blueprinting it and always walking away with a very clear picture, as an artist--to innovate fast with your business but focus on what you're doing and I think you'll be successful at it.”
“Yellowstone, Yosemite, Grand Teton, and the Grand Canyon, preserving for future generations the last great groves of sequoias and redwoods, and blueprinting a network of wildlife refuges, all of which today are the envy of the world and represent sustainable engines for economies on small town Main Streets.”
“The boards for the first Criss-Cross Words game were hand drawn with his architectural drafting equipment, reproduced by blueprinting and pasted on folding checkerboards.”
“The vague/sure characteristic enabled the process to guide without blueprinting.”
“From Space.com : Contractors are now busy at work on blueprinting CEV designs.”
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