lines of communication

  • 1 lines of communication — are the routes used to communicate by people or groups who are in conflict; a government might open lines of communication with terrorists if it wished to negotiate with them …

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  • 2 lines of communication —    Lines of communication are the routes used to communicate by people or groups who are in conflict; a government might open lines of communication with terrorists if it wished to negotiate with them.   (Dorking School Dictionary) …

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  • 3 Lines of communication —   Lines of communication are the routes used to communicate by people or groups who are in conflict; a government might open lines of communication with terrorists if it wished to negotiate with them …

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  • 4 Lines of Communication — Infobox Television episode Title = Lines of Communication Series = Babylon 5 Caption = Season = 4 Episode = 11 Airdate = 28 April 1997 Production = 411 Writer = J. Michael Straczynski Director = John Flinn, III Guests = Marjorie Monaghan (Number… …

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  • 5 lines of communication — susisiekimo linijos statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Visi sausumos, vandens ir oro keliai, kurie sujungia veikiančias karines pajėgas su viena ar daugiau operacinių bazių ir kuriais vykdomas aprūpinimas ir pastiprinimas. atitikmenys: angl.… …

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  • 6 lines of communication — the connections between an army in the field and its bases ■ any system for communicating information or ideas bureaucracies are characterized by established lines of communication …

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  • 7 lines of communication — channels of communication, various methods of communicating; paths connecting forces out in the field to the operational base (Military) …

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  • 8 Sea lines of communication — (abbreviated as SLOC) is a term describing the primary maritime routes between ports, used for trade, logistics and naval forces. [cite journal| last=Klein| first=John J.| year=2007| title=Maritime Strategy Should Heed U.S. and UK Classics|… …

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  • 9 transport lines of communication — transporto komunikacijos statusas T sritis ekologija ir aplinkotyra apibrėžtis Transporto priemonės (automobiliai, traukiniai, laivai, lėktuvai), sausumos, vandens, oro linijos (keliai, geležinkeliai, upės, kanalai, oro koridoriai, jūrų ir… …

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  • 10 communication — com‧mu‧ni‧ca‧tion [kəˌmjuːnˈkeɪʆn] noun 1. [uncountable] the process of exchanging information or ideas: • Because some editors work in San Francisco and others in London, there is a greater need for communication in the decision making process …

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  • 11 communication — noun 1 act of communicating ADJECTIVE ▪ clear, effective, good, open ▪ Good communication is important for business. ▪ poor ▪ dir …

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  • 12 communication channel — noun (often plural) a means of communication or access it must go through official channels lines of communication were set up between the two firms • Syn: ↑channel, ↑line • Derivationally related forms: ↑channel (for: ↑ …

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  • 13 Communication with submarines — is difficult because radio waves do not travel well through thick electrical conductors like salt water. The obvious solution is to surface and raise an antenna above the water, then use ordinary radio transmissions. Early submarines had to… …

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  • 14 Communication in small groups — is interpersonal communication within groups of between 3 and 20 individuals.[1] This generally takes place in a context that mixes interpersonal interactions with social clustering. Contents 1 Group communication 1.1 Linear phase model …

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  • 15 Communication software — is used to provide remote access to systems and exchange files and messages in text, audio and/or video formats between different computers or user IDs. This includes terminal emulators, file transfer programs, chat and instant messaging programs …

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  • 16 communication — ► NOUN 1) the action of communicating. 2) a letter or message. 3) (communications) means of sending or receiving information, such as telephone lines or computers. 4) (communications) means of travelling or of transporting goods, such as roads or …

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  • 17 communication — communicational, adj. /keuh myooh ni kay sheuhn/, n. 1. the act or process of communicating; fact of being communicated. 2. the imparting or interchange of thoughts, opinions, or information by speech, writing, or signs. 3. something imparted,… …

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  • 18 Communication Enabled Business Process — Definition The goal of Communication Enabled Business Process (CEBP) is to optimize business process by reducing the human latency that exists within a process flow. For example, a mortgage approval process may be experiencing human latency… …

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  • 19 Communication-enabled business process — The goal of a communication enabled business process (CEBP) is to optimize business process by reducing the human latency that exists within a process flow. For example, a mortgage approval process may be experiencing human latency because the… …

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  • 20 lines — n. communication lines laɪn n. long thin mark; row; border; domain; tactic; rope; queue; layout; contour; wrinkle; descent; plan; profession; note; bit of useful information; procedure v. place in a row; mark with a line or lines; underline;… …

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