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modus

(ˈməʊdəs)
n
way of; manner of
[Latin]
References in classic literature ?
THROUGH massacres of each other's citizens China and the United States had been four times plunged into devastating wars, when, in the year 1994, arose a Philosopher in Madagascar, who laid before the Governments of the two distracted countries the following MODUS VIVENDI:
I don't know what I should do if there were not a modus in Tipton.
There's always a modus viviendi," Penfentenyou murmured, and tiptoed along the hall to a back door, which he opened quite silently.
The total nominal value of the Modus Group issue is EUR 4,999,900.
By working with Modus on this service, we are able to provide a number of valuable features that can help keep families safe and connected, while also allowing businesses to track and monitor the health of their vehicles right from a smartphone or tablet.
7 September 2017 - UK-based communications agencies Modus and BPCM London, the UK division of New York agency BPCM, are merging to produce ModusBPCM, the agencies said.
LexisNexis Risk Solutions, a provider of data and analytics in insurance telematics, has collaborated with Modus, a provider of advanced vehicle tracking systems for insurers, fleet managers and businesses.
By using the Modus Test Solution in conjunction with other Cadence digital and verification tools on a 90nm process technology, AltaSens successfully met its aggressive test coverage goals while saving several weeks on design convergence.
Old Guard triumphed in the ultracompetitive Grade Three heat in 2015 and, on the face of it, Modus would have much stronger form in the book than his stable companion having featured at Grade One level in the past.
Under the agreement, Modus and Saab will work in collaboration to develop this game changing innovation and its applications in life of field subsea survey and inspection, says a release issued by Modus.
Modus Operandi is applying MOVIA across a broad range of markets, including bioinformatics, cyber security, pharmaceutical, financial, manufacturing and retail sectors.
Tompkins UK, the parent of subsea specialist Modus, is partnering with Dutch firm Royal IHC to invest [euro]17m in a new company, TI Geosciences - based in Darlington.