developing agent


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developing agent

n
(Photography) another name for developer2
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The use of boron-free developing agent reduced boron-containing agent usage by 1,830 liters and boron-containing liquid waste by 2,015 metric tons per year.
Delgado, "Motivation and Requirements for the AgentSpace: A Framework for Developing Agent Programming Systems", Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Intelligence in Services and Networks, Cernobbio, Italy, 1997.
6 million military personnel who served in the Vietnam War are at risk for developing Agent Orange-induced lung cancer.
King had found a business partner in work colleague Jason McLean, as well as plenty of encouragement from Subway developing agent (DA) Earl Pfeifer.
Regardless of who else gets the source code, the developing agent will always have stronger bragging rights and credentials when trying to develop new business.
In the region of Valencia they have greatly weakened this protection by permitting the appointment of a developing agent.
This paper introduces the Foundation for Intelligent Physical Agents (FIPA), which is the main organizational body responsible for developing agent standards.
A developing agent, generally hydrogen peroxide, oxidizes the pigment melanin to lighten the hair's natural color.
The greatest problem is allergic reaction to the developing agent used in the color negative film process (C-41), which frequently contacts skin.
Many people are interested in or actively developing agent applications.
Travelers turned to Customer Development Corporation--specialists in developing agent enhancement programs--to help them examine this notion.
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