He was one of those men in whom the force that creates life is diffused, not centralized
What else than Feudalism could have followed upon the breakdown of that great centralized
governmental machine known as the Roman Empire?
In order to meet these expectations, the treasury department is evolving to fulfill the need for a more centralized
operation, allowing for access to information in real time.
It is not surprising that Marshal Breeding also suggests that he is seeing renewed consolidation taking place in the ILS environment, as larger groups of libraries share centralized
resources for a growing array of online services (Breeding, 2004).
The Electronic Payments Network (EPN), has launched the industry's first centralized
OFAC screening solution for financial institutions originating and receiving cross-border ACH transactions.
This control includes session sharing, monitoring of server status, keyboard emulation of multiple platforms and centralized
Further, functional integration evidenced by the exercise of strong centralized
management authority over purchasing, financing, tax compliance, product line, personnel, marketing and capital investment, must also be present.
Ironically, the Waterford district is already ahead of the curve when it comes to library automation, simply because it rises a centralized
Sony's Sports Group makes it easy to access all Sony products through one centralized
point of contact.
Casey of Pennsylvania has publicly affirmed his support for the Commonwealth's centralized
vehicle emissions testing program, and has announced his intention to veto a bill passed by the Pennsylvania legislature that would suspend implementation of the program until March 31, 1995.
CALIFORNIA FACES DOWN THE EPA OVER CENTRALIZED
Traditionally used in applications where machines are dedicated to running a single material and color in very long runs, centralized
systems are increasingly finding their way into shops that do nothing but short runs with numerous material and color changes.