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- adv. In a granular way.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a granular form.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a granular form; in granules.
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He was adamant that we understand how the restaurants operated granularly, said Charlie Henderson, Godfather's former vice president of marketing.
February 12th, 2009 at 12: 03 am it is true that looking at transportation more granularly is irrelevant if you insist on only looking at transportation less granularly.
It is also true that “looking at transportation more granularly” is irrelevant when the point in question is about transportation in general, not “granules.”
RIMM Forensic Analysis and Valuation – Retail (10 pages) any paying subscriber can also download our Smartphone Market Model – Blog Download Version; which granularly breaks down the market share of various handset manufacturers with data as recent as last quarter, catching the launch of the iPhone 4 and the HTC Evo, two of the most important product launches of the year.
It's just that people are thinking too hard, too long and too granularly about nonsense.
Here, the shock-and-awe bombardment of TV advertising dollars gives way to arduous screening schedules and granularly focused publicity.
Have a look at these numbers, which break out income figures more granularly.
His point being that while processes are automated and captured through mobile technology, we will also be able to monitor performance much more granularly.
Please click thru to the report, which does break down the age groups more granularly: 18-24, 25-34, 35-44, etc.
What we have done most recently is we've started to put a comb through the numbers, look at it very granularly.