In this activity, if they are able to identify works representative of a specific -ism successfully, the experience may validate for them that style/period classifications are not arbitrary (although they may not be able to define
satisfactorily which elements in the works helped them in their classifications).
The OSDL DCL Technical Capabilities is the work of current OSDL member companies and interested individuals and defines
over 300 prioritized capabilities.
The act defines
the reporting requirements for reportable diseases for health care providers, medical examiners or coroners, pharmacists and veterinarians.
The ISO International Vocabulary of Basic and General Terms in Metrology (VIM)  defines
calibration as follows:
Specialized programs help define
a marketing niche.
This article defines
a new syndrome that significantly influences medical, societal, and political thinking as it relates to health care--myth creation.
It appears to be a "Catch-22": Care expectations evolve from those who define
the recipient, and recipients, in turn, define
the care that they are to be given by their actions (or lack of same).
QBU as any use in a trade or business of the taxpayer, rather than use in an investment or other activity conducted for the production of income.
For example, the Act provides for 92 percent target funding for 2008, but this cannot be determined until Treasury defines
the discount rate required for the calculation.
It also defines
the optical and copper interfaces and the cable plant.
Code [sections] 23649(e)(7) defines
"small business" to mean a taxpayer that meets any of the following requirements during the income year for which the credit is allowed: (1) gross receipts of less than $50 million, or (2) net assets of less than $50 million, or (3) a total manufacturer's investment credit of less than $1 million.