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horizontal engineering

Old college slang for taking a nap.
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Electrical engineering, as a profession, was unborn.
And, as the crown and climax of his work, he mapped out the profession of telephone engineering on the widest and most comprehensive lines.
And in 1890, he gathered around him a winnowed group of college graduates--he has sixty of them on his staff to-day--so that he might bequeath to the telephone an engineering corps of loyal and efficient men.
Colortronic North America Computer Age Engineering Dabsco Equipment Inc.
The taxpayer indicated it would treat such costs of its engineering and procurement departments as MSC for SSCM purposes.
Assessing the Health of NAVSEA's Systems Engineering Development Program
declined from 78,100 to 62,500, according to the Engineering Workforce Commission.
Our conclusion is we have to grow our own engineers,'' said Bob Johnstone, a former Edwards Air Force Base official and member of the Antelope Valley Math, Science and Engineering Consortium, which pushes efforts to get young people into science and engineering careers.
1) The Online Ethics Center for Engineering and Science web site which describes five detailed cases "of scientist and engineers in difficult circumstances who.
Downsizing or elimination of some traditional engineering firms serving the paper industry
While the basic numbers of graduates in engineering has not changed.
This shift has oriented many engineering programs to eliminate the more specific curriculum of a metalcasting program, and offer metalcasting within the spectrum of metallurgical engineering, material sciences or industrial engineering.
Left to themselves, engineering presenters can come up with some truly awful materials, blurry, busy, loud with visual noise.
It is both impressive and inspiring to see how well students understand the challenges of engineering design and how much pride they take in their own creative solutions," remarked Karl Telleen, a practicing engineer and one of SEAONC's volunteer judges for the Future City competition.
In a February 2004 policy memorandum, Wynne issued a directive to meet the problem: "All programs responding to a capabilities or requirements document, regardless of acquisition category, shall apply a robust systems engineering approach that balances total system performance and total ownership costs within the family-of-systems, system-of-systems context.
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