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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of detail.
- n. Plural form of detail.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. confidential information.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. true confidential information
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No details, no details . but I will say that Nate was involved.
The Shaheen «detailed plan, and the precise details and procedures that may be taken in case of the disease turning into a pandemic, such as the names of doctors and health units and their dates and their replacements will be responsible for communications and electricity, and stocks of vaccines and how they will be, and other details».
Not even the added context to certain details from the books compared to the films was enough.
Our work, although differing in details, is linked by the aim of increasing and improving ideas of the structure of matter.
Open up Firebug, enable network monitoring for the OPAC site, and watch the requests flood past for the title details page.
The parser actually does double duty, parsing both the search results and the title details results.
Title expansion is specified on the title details request in the lvResults_DoubleClick handler.
I'll describe the search results parsing first and describe the title details parsing when I cover the title information retrieval processing.
For this example I chose to use separate requests for the catalog search and the title details
The label details of the energy efficiency rating of each product and its environmental impact right from being manufactured through to the end of its life, as well as its ability to be recycled.