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- n. Alternative form of compartmentalization.
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- n. the act of distributing things into classes or categories of the same type
- n. a mild state of dissociation
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This "compartmentalisation" approach was implemented by the UK authorities in 2009 - covering both avian flu and Newcastle disease - and Aviagen has become the first poultry breeding company to gain accreditation. has to achieve a number of strict biosecurity standards, including shower-in facilities, full record-keeping of all staff and vehicle movements and disease surveillance protocols.
So TC is used as part of the 'compartmentalisation' mechanism, to store the data layer of 'that other life' (with appropriate 'deniability' layers), as well as to house some highly-specific apps ... and 'that other life' runs its internet connection only within an OTF-encrypted space, through a range of mixes, and houses a lot of stuff on freenet.
"compartmentalisation" status, which it hopes will assist it to continue exporting in the event of another outbreak of avian flu or Newcastle disease.
For people with ‘compartmentalisation’ as an obsession, its a nightmare ..
I absolutely agree; Buzz gives people like me (with compartmentalisation issues, as you quite amusingly put it), a total headache!
Over in the US, Higgins was rather more appreciated, consistently being ranked with John le Carré and Len Deighton as a British writer whose work transcended the compartmentalisation of genre.
The capacity to do so starts with compartmentalisation, shared values, and the power of clarity.
Part of the explanation can be found in a lack of a clear overall strategy and a bad compartmentalisation of its activities.
The pressure to maintain our knowledge and understanding of the world through Industrial Age compartmentalisation will have eased and we shall see the breakdown of discreet subject areas and a more global conceptual approach to learning.
Music still finds refuge in genres and various kinds of compartmentalisation governed by audiences, schools, and regional traditions.
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