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compartmentalisation

Definitions

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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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Examples

  • 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.

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  • 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.

    The Portable Freeware Collection

  • "compartmentalisation" status, which it hopes will assist it to continue exporting in the event of another outbreak of avian flu or Newcastle disease.

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  • For people with ‘compartmentalisation’ as an obsession, its a nightmare ..

    My Life is My Own « One Size Fits One

  • I absolutely agree; Buzz gives people like me (with compartmentalisation issues, as you quite amusingly put it), a total headache!

    My Life is My Own « One Size Fits One

  • 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.

    A life in writing: Jack Higgins

  • The capacity to do so starts with compartmentalisation, shared values, and the power of clarity.

    How To Turn Your Creative Brainstorm Into A Completed Project | Lifehacker Australia

  • Part of the explanation can be found in a lack of a clear overall strategy and a bad compartmentalisation of its activities.

    Internet News: Search Engines Archives

  • 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.

    The Big Question: What will workplace learning look like in 10 years?

  • Music still finds refuge in genres and various kinds of compartmentalisation governed by audiences, schools, and regional traditions.

    Writing and Failure (Part 7) : Christian Bök : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation

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