deep dive


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deep dive

A thorough analysis, perhaps one that seems excessive or unwarranted for a particular topic. When you get a chance, check out the magazine's deep dive on the upcoming vote. It covers every angle. Wow, they really did a deep dive on eye shadow in that article. It was 20 pages long!
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The report focuses on identifying broader market performance trends and connecting them with macro and micro trends which are influencing how the market is evolving, and also provides a competitive deep dive analysis into the powder bed fusion segment's most influential suppliers.
The Deep Dive track, Best Practices for Managing a Vocational Fleet, is scheduled for Tuesday, June 4 from 1:00 5:30 p.m.
Deep Dive VR combines realistic virtual reality content, a waterproof VR headset with audio, and multiple in-water sensory effects for an enhanced tactile experience.
The fourth deep dive session was on 'Advancing your Association's Public Policy and Global Relations Goals,' presented by Dom LaVigne, former director of Government and Public Affairs, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East of the Methanol Institute.
The females would only deep dive, between 1,400 feet and 3,000 feet during the day, and 650 feet at night.
The Steering Committee is a smaller group that will do a deep dive into the topic.
Jewcy sat down with Lelio to discuss the making of this immersive deep dive into a reclusive community.
In the April 1968 issue of Dance Magazine, we took a deep dive into the work of Alwin Nikolais.
Sustainalytics said integrating Solaron's analysts with its emerging market expertise and deep dive approach to assessing companies' ESG performance, will allow Sustainalytics to provide clients with differentiated ESG-related research services.
According to Turkish websites, the ship is heading to the Syrian port of Tartous, where the logistics base of the Russian Navy is stationed, noting that based on the deep dive of its structure, it can be concluded that the ship is heavily loaded.
Check out the online magazine's new Opioid Deep Dive page for facts, statistics, state actions and resources to arm you for this critical battle.
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE: In-depth Q&As with two veteran artistic leaders, Carey Perloff at San Francisco's American Conservatory Theater and James Bundy at New Haven, Conn.'s Yale Repertory Theatre; a deep dive into Idaho Shakespeare Festival's female-led Hamlet; an overview of South Florida's bursting-at-the-seams theatre scene; and how Atlanta theatres leverage relationships with the region's corporations.
They can deep dive for up to 20 minutes and can swim up to 24mph.
The paper, titled "America's 21st Century Manufacturing Relies on 20th Century Infrastructure," takes a deep dive into how the manufacturing landscape is evolving, and, in turn, requires improvements of the domestic freight network.
A technical deep dive for a submarine may involve carefully characterizing submersion depths that approach the performance limits of hull integrity or other system limitations.