Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of protocol.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Review of selected protocols from the Molecular Genetics Lab Manual (i.e., sample handling, a typical Southern blot protocol, a typical PCR protocol)

    Laboratory Rotation

  • The reviewer is still articulating their standards, still even expressing them as an exhortation to follow certain protocols in writing Alternate History.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Less expensive anesthetics, cheaper (or non-existent) pain protocols, no monitoring equipment, no pre-anesthetic bloodwork, no IV catheters, no dedicated technicians dedicated to your pet's anesthesia or recovery.

    Pets' needs should dictate vets' prices for spaying, neutering

  • In attending to surveillance at a broad level of social analysis, David Lyon notes that surveillance is “the focused, systematic and routine attention to personal details for purposes of influence, management, protection or detection” that it is “deliberate and depends on certain protocols and techniques” (Lyon 2007: 14).

    DPI: simplified and demystified

  • In attending to surveillance at a broad level of social analysis, David Lyon notes that surveillance is “the focused, systematic and routine attention to personal details for purposes of influence, management, protection or detection” that it is “deliberate and depends on certain protocols and techniques” (Lyon 2007: 14).

    DPI: simplified and demystified

  • In the early days of the net (and before that, the days of suburban BBSs) there were certain protocols/etiquettes – “netiquettes” you had to adhere to.

    Why is O’Reilly Hell-bent on a Code of Conduct for Bloggers?

  • When you purchase garrafones of agua purificada, there are certain protocols you must mind.

    The Wal-Mart Purified Water Protocols

  • I know there are certain protocols and brands hire these people to do the “media plan.”

    Congratulations, Rocketboom « BuzzMachine

  • Indeed, I pointed this out to a rep of one of the industry lobby groups I met at WIPO and he agreed, but proposed a simple solution: ISPs could cripple their customers 'Internet connections, throttling their bandwidth, banning certain protocols and spying on file-transfers and terminating anything that might be an infringement.

    Boing Boing: July 9, 2006 - July 15, 2006 Archives

  • The University of Florida ` s Icarus application, which prohibits certain protocols that facilitate infringement, is being marketed for use at other schools under the company name Red Lambda.

    Phony RIAA ’school’ report

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