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Adj.1.nonrepetitive - marked by the absence of repetition; "nonrepetitive DNA sequence"; "nonrepetitive dance movements"
repetitious, repetitive - characterized by repetition; "repetitive movement"
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When the market environment is chaotic, such resource combinations become less efficacious due to procedural rigidity in their operational ability, shifting customer bases, preferences and customer service expectations, semi-structured complex information sharing of a short-lived nature, and nonrepetitive custom product specifications.
The SGAs ( state government agencies) had provided hard copies of the registration numbers of the vehicles used in transportation and audit had selected nonrepetitive 3,319 vehicles at random of 31 mandis .
The first input, which we shall refer to as the nonrepetitive cognitive-task input, is the aggregate output of occupations mostly associated--though not exclusively--with white-collar headquarter services.
increased amount of a single nonrepetitive reading of a different story or passage), and listening only on second graders' word recognition, prosody, and comprehension performance.
Its nonrepetitive design features myriad curves and includes architecturally expressed steel and concrete.
At the southern hospital, the number of nonrepetitive clinical isolates was reduced by almost half in 2005 (Figure, panel A), the year the death insurance program was initiated in central-southern Taiwan.
The most valuable directors know how and when to voice dissent and ask thoughtful, nonrepetitive questions in a way that encourages, rather than stifles, discussion.
Rashotte and Torgesen (1985) followed up on this issue by investigating whether repeated reading is more efficient than an equivalent amount of nonrepetitive reading.
However this polycyclic pattern was in contrast with the normal pattern observed for the northern population (Rygg 1970, Hancock & Franklin 1972, Lucain & Martin 1974, Newell and Bayne 1980, Ivell 1981), in which spawning is complete and nonrepetitive.
As a result, more and more jobs left to people are nonrepetitive and require skills beyond those produced by a high-school education.
The organization of titin filaments in the half-sarcomere revealed by monoclonal antibodies in immunoelectron microscopy: A map of ten nonrepetitive epitopes starting at the Z line extends close to the M line.
Agilent's SureFISH probes are designed for specific, nonrepetitive regions of the genome, enabling users to detect repetitive/aberrant regions as small as 50 kb.