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  • 61 flexible production — flexible work, flexible production, flexible specialization These terms are part of a widespread debate about changing industrial structure and work organization. It is argued that increasing national and international competition is forcing… …

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  • 62 Flexible Learning — is a set of educational philosophies and systems, concerned with providing learners with increased choice, convenience, and personalisation to suit the learner. In particular, flexible learning provides learners with choices about where, when,… …

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  • 63 Flexible product development — is the ability to make changes in the product being developed or in how it is developed, even relatively late in development, without being too disruptive. Consequently, the later one can make changes, the more flexible the process is, and the… …

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  • 64 Flexible cables — are cables specially designed to cope with the tight bending radii and physical stress associated with moving applications, such as inside cable carriers.Due to increasing demands within the field of automation technology in the 1980s, such as… …

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  • 65 Flexible Macroblock Ordering — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda H.264/MPEG 4 AVC es el nuevo estándar de compresión de vídeo digital desarrollado conjuntamente por Grupo de Expertos en Codificación de Vídeo (VCEG) de la UIT T y Grupo de Expertos en Imágenes en Movimiento (MPEG)… …

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  • 66 Flexible flat cable — Flexible flat cable, or FFC, refers to any variety of electrical cable that is both flat and flexible. However, the term FFC usually refers to the extremely flat cable often found in high density electronic applications like laptops and cell… …

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  • 67 Flexible Arbeitszeit —   Die Vorstellung von Arbeit als »Tagewerk« gilt in vielen Betrieben als überholt. Starre Arbeitszeiten weichen zunehmend flexiblen Arbeitszeitmodellen. Dabei hat sich die »gleitende Arbeitszeit« im öffentlichen und im privaten… …

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  • 68 flexible trust — ➔ trust * * * flexible trust UK US noun [C] FINANCE ► an investment plan that is a way of leaving money to someone after you die, in which the trustees (= the people who manage the plan) can decide who will receive the money, from an agreed list …

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  • 69 Flexible image transfer system — Flexible Image Transport System Pour les articles homonymes, voir FITS. FITS ou Flexible Image Transport System est le format de fichiers le plus communément utilisé en astronomie. Le format de fichiers FITS est souvent utilisé pour sauvegarder… …

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  • 70 flexible Reaktion — flexible Reaktion,   Militärwesen: am 16. 1. 1968 vom Verteidigungsplanungsausschuss der NATO gebilligtes Grundkonzept des Atlantischen Bündnisses (Dokument MC 14/3); gültig bis Anfang der 1990er Jahre; sah das Offenhalten mehrerer… …

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  • 71 flexible working — UK US noun [U] WORKPLACE, HR ► an arrangement in which an employer allows people to choose the times that they work, whether they work in the office or at home, etc.: »There is concern that flexible working discriminates against people without… …

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  • 72 Flexible single master operation — Flexible Single Master Operations (FSMO, F is sometimes floating ; pronounced Fiz mo), or just single master operation or operations master, is a feature of Microsoft s Active Directory (AD).[1] As of 2005, the term FSMO has been deprecated… …

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  • 73 Flexible glass — is a legendary lost invention from during the reign of Roman Emperor Tiberius Caesar (between 14 CE 37 CE). As recounted by Isadore of Seville, the craftsman who invented the technique brought before Caesar a drinking bowl made of flexible glass …

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  • 74 Flexible Spezialisierung — bezeichnet eine betriebswirtschaftliche Strategie von Industrieunternehmen. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Definition 2 Siehe auch 3 Literatur 4 Weblinks …

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  • 75 Flexible droit : pour une sociologie du droit sans rigueur — Flexible droit : pour une sociologie du droit sans rigueur Auteur Jean Carbonnier Genre Essai Pays d origine  France Lieu de parution …

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  • 76 flexible working — 1) Any method of working which deviates from the standard work pattern, including for example, annualised hours (see annualised hours contract), compressed hours, flexitime, home working, job sharing, self roistering, shift working, staggered… …

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  • 77 flexible benefit plan — UK US noun [C] (also cafeteria plan) ► HR an arrangement offered by employers in which employees are allowed to choose among benefits such as life insurance, childcare, or extra holidays, in addition to their basic pay: »Introducing a flexible… …

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  • 78 flexible benefits — UK US noun [plural] ► HR benefits such as life insurance, childcare, and extra holidays that employees can choose from in addition to their basic pay: »With flexible benefits, every employee chooses the benefits that best suit their situation …

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  • 79 flexible drive — noun A means of conveying rotational motion along a flexible cable, or the cable itself • • • Main Entry: ↑flex …

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  • 80 flexible friend — [flexible friend] noun (BrE infml ironic) a humorous way of referring to a ↑credit card after the phrase was used in Bri …

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