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- verb Present participle of
Actionof the verb function.
- noun Manner by which something functions; the
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective performing or able to perform its regular function
- noun process or manner of functioning or operating
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After they removed her pancreas, they extracted its islet cells and implanted them into her left forearm, creating what they call a functioning pancreas in her arm.
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Similarly, there would be no concern over whether the courts are operating properly and without anti-American sentiment since the trials would occur in functioning U.S. military courts.
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We know also that social and psychological functioning is directly correlated with school performance.
Its very basic but has a playlist and search function. 90% of its functioning is through the kb.
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If they are to remain functioning they should function as a seperate entity.
Not to mention “preventing the government from functioning is a perfectly acceptable way to get pork.”
Psychologists and neuropsychologists test memory, attention, language and information processing to assess brain functioning and the need for intervention.
The Emergency Communications Center (ECC) will then contact the Control Center via a direct line that will remain functioning independent of the County phone system.
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