Repeat Sample Clauses

Repeat. Where there are three (3) or more employees, other than the Communication Electrician or Cabling Specialist, then one (1) shall be a 1st Year Electrical Apprentice, if available, and if not, any year apprentice, who shall come from the Union Hall. If the Union cannot provide personnel within 72 hours, name hire to apply. Any electrical Journeyman or Apprentice may apply for communication job calls, however, when doing so they shall receive wages and benefits as per the Communication Specialist Appendix. A Contractor may choose to use electrical Journeymen and Apprentices to perform communication work and in such cases these members shall receive wages and benefits as per the main body of the Collective Agreement.
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Repeat. Do it again. Look at your test to make sure you are testing what it should do, not what it is doing. Add to your test if you find something missing and continue looping through the process until you’re happy that the code can’t be made any clearer with its current set of requirements. The more times you repeat, the better the resulting code will be. Domain Driven Design Domain-driven Design (DDD) is a practice where an implementation is deeply coupled with the evolving business model within its respective domain. Typically when working with DDD, technical experts are paired with a domain experts to ensure that each iteration of a system is getting closer to the core problem.DDD relies on the following foundational elements:• Domain: An ontology of concepts related to a specific area of knowledge and information.• Model: An abstract system that describes the various aspects of a domain.• Ubiquitous Language: A glossary of language structured around a domain model to connect all aspects of a model with uniformed definitions.• Context: The relative position in which an expression of words are located that determine it’s overall meaning.In DDD the Domain Model that is formed is a guide or measure of the overall implementation of an applications relationship to the core requirements of the problem it is trying to solve. DDD is not a specific technique or way of developing software, it is a system to ensure that the desired result and end result of a development iteration or aligned. For this reason, DDD is often coupled with TDD and AOP.
Repeat. At the end of the day, print and export a SERVO “Equipment Listreport to a .csv or .xls file from the SERVO laptop (optional). Name the file with a date and time stamp (and laptop ID if using multiple SERVO laptops). Compare this report to shipping and inventory lists. Notes Notes: San Mateo California Revised Project Plan November 2006 Election ID Task Name Duration Start Finish Predecessors Resource Names % Complete 1 Hart Voting System (HVS) Implementation 98 days? Mon 6/26/06 Wed 11/8/06 9% 103 Facilities Planning and Remodeling 59 days? Mon 6/26/06 Fri 9/15/06 43% 125 Tracking 34 days? Mon 6/26/06 Thu 8/10/06 71% 126 Define Approach 5 days Mon 6/26/06 Fri 6/30/06 100% 127 Technology Considerations 5 days Mon 6/26/06 Fri 6/30/06 Ed Derge 100% 128 Develop Election Night Procedures 5 days Mon 6/26/06 Fri 6/30/06 Ed Derge,Brad 100% 129 Equipment Boxes 4 days? Mon 6/26/06 Thu 6/29/06 13% 130 Define 1 day Mon 6/26/06 Mon 6/26/06 50% 131 Order 1 day Tue 6/27/06 Tue 6/27/06 130 0% 132 Construction 1 day? Wed 6/28/06 Wed 6/28/06 131 0% 133 Delivery 1 day? Thu 6/29/06 Thu 6/29/06 132 0% 134 Tracking System Development 12 days Wed 7/26/06 Thu 8/10/06 Ed Derge 67% 135 Programming Changes 10 days Wed 7/26/06 Tue 8/8/06 126 80% 136 Test 1 day Wed 8/9/06 Wed 8/9/06 135 0% 137 Acceptance 1 day Thu 8/10/06 Thu 8/10/06 136 Ed Derge 0% 138 Communications (Phone) 25 days Mon 6/26/06 Fri 7/28/06 25% 140 Review Polling Place Openning Process 1 day Mon 6/26/06 Mon 6/26/06 Brad,Ed Derge 0% 139 Add Phones to each Polling Place 1 day Fri 7/28/06 Fri 7/28/06 Brad 50% 104 Determine Requirements 1 day Mon 7/24/06 Mon 7/24/06 David Tom,Ed Derge 100% 105 Tally Room 1 day Mon 7/24/06 Mon 7/24/06 100% 106 Scanning 1 day Mon 7/24/06 Mon 7/24/06 100% 107 Elections 1 day Mon 7/24/06 Mon 7/24/06 100% 108 Other CARE 1 day Mon 7/24/06 Mon 7/24/06 100% 109 Bathrooms 1 day Mon 7/24/06 Mon 7/24/06 100% 110 Secured Voted Ballot Processing 1 day Mon 7/24/06 Mon 7/24/06 100% 111 eSlate Training 1 day Mon 7/24/06 Mon 7/24/06 100% 112 Equipment Storage 1 day Mon 7/24/06 Mon 7/24/06 100% 113 Equipment Setup & Testing Area 1 day Mon 7/24/06 Mon 7/24/06 100% 114 Equipment Return Requirements 1 day Mon 7/24/06 Mon 7/24/06 100% 115 Develop Alternative Solutions 4 days Tue 7/25/06 Fri 7/28/06 Ed Derge 100% 116 Viso Drawings 3 days Tue 7/25/06 Thu 7/27/06 104 Ed Derge 100% 117 Alternative Pluses & Minuses 1 day Fri 7/28/06 Fri 7/28/06 116 Ed Derge 100% 118 Select Alternative 1 day Mon 7/31/06 Mon 7/31/...
Repeat. Step (3) for each correspondingAttribute ∈ {dimTableA, dimTableB}
Repeat. H0 : The data ∼ N (µ; σ2);(H1 : The data don’t ∼ N (µ; σ2).2 2 (6)
Repeat size , valuevepeat, size and value are absolute expressions. This emits vepeat copies of size bytes. Repeat may be zero or more. Size may be zero or more, but if it is more than 8, then it is deemed to have the value 8, compatible with other people’s assemblers. The contents of each vepeat bytes is taken from an 8-byte number. The highest order 4 bytes are zero. The lowest order 4 bytes are value rendered in the byte-order of an integer on the computer as is assembling for. Each size bytes in a repetition is taken from the lowest order size bytes of this number. Again, this bizarre behavior is compatible with other people’s assemblers.size and value are optional. If the second comma and value are absent, value is assumed zero. If the first comma and following tokens are absent, size is assumed to be 1.
Repeat measure D rr = D C(t)(x), φ rr (x) , and then updates 9:gS(t).g,g g g10: repeat—111: p = p + 1;(t)(t)G12: µp+1 =greSggrrggrrgrrgThe above process is repeated until either the change in totalΣ γkr rp,0P —P0 —1distortion or C= {Cg (x)}g=1 is less than a certain thresh- —P0 1/2old, or a maximum number of iterations is reached. The maingrr gPrr rrg ggrrp,0 g g g gΣ γ rr kr rP —P0 —1µ
Repeat steps 1 through 13 of the ‘Complete Other Requirements for Sites section’ for each site-specific minor A/R project.
Repeat the measurement process for Segment 5non-dominant arm increasing force clenches.Fig. 2.11 Plateau of first clench selectedSegment 5 begins at the third append marker, labeled “Segment 5.”Enter your measurement findings in the EXCEL data sheet available for download from the course laboratory web site.RAW = ch1 PP measurementSTDev = ch1 mean measurementAnalysis of Arm Muscle Fatigue Test and ½ Max Fatigue Test – Dominant Arm (Seg. 1 and 3) and Non-Dominant Arm (Seg. 4 and 6)