multistep

multistep

(ˈmʌltɪˌstɛp)
adj
comprising or involving several steps or stages
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Industry insiders point to multistep regimens as the latest gambit to spark consumer interest and--a greater challenge--change consumers' ways of thinking about hair care.
The new data suggests that acquiring resistance is a multistep process, perhaps requiring low-level resistance mutations prior to the ones that are well known.
This edition has two new appendices, a graphic calculator guide and an Excel guide; references to specific calculator and Excel steps in the appendices each time a new technology process is introduced; streamlined exposition and example discussions; a rewritten section on fitting curves to data with graphic utilities; a reorganized section on Gauss-Jordan elimination; updated and replaced real-data examples and exercises; revised and reorganized drill exercises; additional multistep applications; and added images and illustrations.
Highly flexible systems that facilitate integration of multistep processes and extend automation to more steps in the workflow can satisfy this new expectation.
Bullet Acne Aid is formulated to kill 99% of acne bacteria in as little as 60 seconds, eliminating the need for kits and other multistep specialty products.
The final chapter addresses the simulation of linear and nonlinear dynamic circuits, providing treatment of methods for solving ordinary differential equations and covering issues of accuracy and stability of linear multistep methods, as well as advanced topics of time-step control, variable time-step, charge conservation, and the use of charge-based models in simulation.
However Cash (1981) derived an exponentially Multiderivative multistep method of orders up to 5 with step that all the step number k = 2 and a numerical investigation of these methods shows that all are A-stable for all choices of fitting parameters.
With the ready-made Saline 0.45% (3.0 mL), instrument users can eliminate the multistep process and contamination risk associated with dispensing saline from a large bottle into a small usable plastic tube.
The microprocessor-based Wizard 2 controller automates the freeze drying cycle and allows storage of up to 16 different multistep recipes.
These "genome-wide association" studies employ a multistep process for paring down the massive amounts of data produced by genome studies, building in internal replication to eliminate (well, reduce) the prospect of false links.
* creation of multistep workflows with project templates and full project management capabilities, including task scheduling;
All those royal duties can take up so much time that there's barely enough time for a multistep skincare regimen.