Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In architecture, a plan according to which three main structures of approximately equal importance are connected, with usually a smaller one projecting into the court of honor between the main wings, the shape of the whole being like that of the letter E. Compare L-plan.

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  • The e-plan at Deere started with basic communications with suppliers, says Steven E. Frels, director of processes and systems in Supply Management.

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  • NEW DOL's e-plan should save money and benefit its customers log in to read the full version of the story.

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  • Cape Coral's move to e-plan submittal follows a trend started by other cities, counties and states across the nation currently utilizing ProjectDox and web-based technologies to manage complex internal processes and provide outward-facing tools to better serve constituents.

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