- n. A person or thing that specifies.
- n. someone who draws up specifications giving details (as for obtaining a patent)
- From specify + -er. (Wiktionary)
“CODE ENDS directive, 9-2 code generation of forward references, 9-7 code label specifier, 6-6”
“Shouldn't the file have to follow the play command since it says "specifier"? the script set oneFile to file tell app "VLC”
“For instrumentation, this requires the full package specifier.”
“Instead of coiling up it retains its open, linear form, and this is what makes it ideal both as a replicator and as a specifier of amino-acid sequences.”
“He really should take the course offered this summer by a prominent construction specifier, Marc Chavez, from ZGF.”
“In all right the ‘right’ element gets stressed instead as it is the head of the constituent -- an adjective phrase, with ‘all’ as its specifier.”
“If the designer, the patternmaker, the operational specifier is an American – these are American shoes.”
“OK, I am not a big shopper, But I am a big doer, big user and big specifier of all things green.”
“Normal wiretap equipment required a "target specifier", a phone number or identifier RADIUS username/login to identify what's to be snooped and what is not.”
“ImageTypeSpecifier specifier = new ImageTypeSpecifierawtImage;”
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