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  • But you have to streamline some of the information to make a compelling 11-minute information, and whatever is lost in fine-grain is made up for in lucidness.

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  • Over 20 years ago a scientist named Herbert Gleiter first presented the concept of dealing with nanocrystalline or fine-grain materials (materials with a grain size of under 100 nanometers) that would have "special properties" -- very high strength, toughness, fatigue life and wear resistance.

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  • By choosing CPU type, memory amount and disk configurations of the lowest common denominator, customers of cloud hardware rental know exactly what they receive, can control the infrastructure at a fine-grain level and can easily compare pricing.

    Cloud Computing’s Three-Horse Race

  • Tom Angotti, an urban planner and director of the Hunter College Center for Community Planning & Development, questions the significance of the planning-commission director's emphasis on fine-grain maneuvers.

    Zoning Laws Grow Up

  • Indeed, since taking the advice to "attune their sensitivities better to the fine-grain of everyday life" and make books safe for reading "five or ten minutes at a clip, non-commitally" is the most idiotic and self-destructive thing publishers could do, they no doubt will do it, with great dispatch.

    Writing and Publishing

  • Its massive lobby features fine-grain terrazzo floors, polished gray granite walls and squared granite pillars.

    Manhattan's Grand Entrances

  • Other toxic byproducts include fine-grain particulates, heavy metals like mercury, lead, chromium and nickel, trace elements such as arsenic and selenium, and various organics like dichloroethane, benzene, carbon tetrachloride, chloroform, and trichloroethylene.

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  • Ah, but nothing comes for free, and among the means the Mustang employs to achieve its celebrated highway mpg is a host of fine-grain aerodynamic tweaks, including smaller, more streamlined side mirrors, which some misbegotten son-of-a-dog safety engineer decided needed spotter mirrors.

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  • It allows fine-grain control over typographic attributes like leading and kerning, and has two modes: linear is displayed in the screenshot at right; check the web site to see what rotary looks like (the video is worth more words than I'm willing to type).

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  • I think that politically, it might be bad news, but I think that, you know, the president ultimately doesn't have fine-grain control over the economy.

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