core tool

core tool

n. Archaeology
A stone tool consisting of a core that is flaked to produce a cutting edge or edges.
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Genograms are now very much a core tool for many social workers but have not been a prominent feature of child welfare systems.
The platform is available as the core tool under the new Truterra brand.
The disposal is consistent with HSS's strategic agenda of delevering the group through the reduction in overall debt and enabling greater focus on its core Tool Hire business.
Tuxedo is a core tool for multiple Oracle business products including Oracle PeopleSoft, thus it affects over 6000 enterprises (57% of the Fortune 100 list) as well as Government and Education companies that use various Peoplesoft Systems such as Campus Solutions, Human Capital Management, Financial Management or Supply Chain Management.
The minster concluded: "The Childhood Obesity Surveillance Initiative is a core tool to help us monitor our progress towards achieving the targets set out in The Healthy Weight for Ireland: Obesity Policy and Action Plan 2016-2025."
First, check to be sure that the valve stem is sound (press it sideways and listen for a telltale hiss) and the valve core is tightly seated (insert a valve core tool into the valve stem and turn clockwise until it's tight).
"As these and other infrastructure investments are made, the Cement Association of Canada urges the new government to make life cycle assessment a core tool for decision-making as they seek the greatest economic, environmental and social value from investments in our built environment," McSweeney said.
In this article we will discuss the issue of overreliance on metrics as a core tool for assessing readiness and overall effectiveness during operations.
The BMC is widely used as a core tool in the Lean Startup Method promoted by serial entrepreneur and Stanford University professor Steve Blank.
This tool, which has been updated at task force meetings twice since then, has taken some of the guesswork out of an MS diagnosis and is now a core tool in a neurologist's toolbox.