from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. defined in advance
- v. To define in advance
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To define beforehand.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To define or limit beforehand; set a limit to previously; predetermine.
This suggests an obvious point, but always an important one: The idea of "quality-based" layoffs sounds great in an editorial, but, in practice, measuring "quality" is tenuous even when you predefine it e.g., in terms of value-added.
Whether you call them "Filters" or "Smart Folders" or "Saved Searches," it's all the same concept: Show me, with one click, all the posts that contain terms that I predefine.
I listened to Barack Obama's historic speech both in awe of the raw truth of his words and in recognition of the dignity with which he faces the obvious attempts by others to predefine him as something singular -- a black candidate -- rather than as a multi-cultural and gifted American who presents a unique opportunity for both his country and the world.
I * really* wish Apple added a tagging mechanism that worked — not some faux-taxonomy that you still have to predefine.
March 7, 2006, 8: 40 pm commercial mortgage broker uk says: commercial mortgage broker uk predefine undisturbed relaxations! forcefulness:
Under the Current Value column, enter a value to predefine the keyword, or leave it undefined.
The more similar the hardware configuration is between concentrators at a site, the more parameters you can predefine in a template and the better you can anticipate the parameters in a CVC.
For keywords you want to predefine and hide, you do not need to specify a prompt.
Tips: If you want to predefine a keyword to the default setting, make the keyword Unused to keep the configuration file smaller.
Enter each rule you want to predefine on a line in the text field.
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