2016年3月20日 星期日

technical, methodology, advocacy to corporations

Yale wins the second half, but we're told that technically that doesn't matter. Duke prevails 71-64. Terrific game, Bulldogs! It was a great and historic run.


衛生署食品藥物管理局副組長馮潤蘭說,財政部國庫署是主管機關,衛生署願提供協助。 財政部國庫署副組長謝瑞陽指出,由於世界各國並未強制要求啤酒瓶身須標示熱量,若蔡煌瑯要修法強制,在台灣身為世界貿易組織(WTO)成員的情況下,恐被質疑是一項技術性貿易障礙,

Japan May Be Forced to Declare a Technical Recession, FT Says



The White House said the following were recipients of the National Medal of Science, which was authorized by Congress in 1959:...
W. EDWARDS DEMING, private consultant, for ''his forceful promotion of statistical methodology, for his contributions to sampling theory and for his advocacy to corporations.''

W. EDWARDS DEMING, private consultant, for ''his forceful promotion of statistical methodology, for his contributions to sampling theory and for his advocacy to corporations.''
戴明1987年榮獲美國國家科學獎章的理由:
因他大力倡導統計方法、對於抽樣理論的多方貢獻,以及他對企業界的擁護。



advocate (SUPPORT) Show phonetics
verb [T]
to publicly support or suggest an idea, development or way of doing something:
[+ ing form of verb] She advocates taking a more long-term view.
He advocates the return of capital punishment.

advocate
noun [C]
He's a strong advocate of state ownership of the railways.

advocacy Show phonetics
noun [U]
She is renowned for her advocacy of human rights.━━ n. 弁護; 主張.
advocacy journalism 特定の主義を擁護する報道(機関).
advocacy journalist 特定の主義を擁護するジャーナリスト.


Bloomberg - USA
3 (Bloomberg) -- The government of Japan may have to announce that the nation has entered a technical recession, the Financial Times reported. ...


methodology Line breaks: meth¦od|ology
Pronunciation: /mɛθəˈdɒlədʒi/


Definition of methodology in English:

noun (plural methodologies)

A system of methods used in a particular area of study or activity:a methodology for investigating the concept of focal points[MASS NOUN]: courses in research methodology and practice
MORE EXAMPLE SENTENCES
  • He would not reveal the research methodology of the new system, which would be unveiled in a few weeks.
  • Studies using different methodologies and outcome measures have given contrasting results.
  • The sociology of music is diverse in its approaches, its methodologies, and its areas of focus.

Derivatives


methodologist
noun

EXAMPLE SENTENCES
  • In the view of some methodologists, the validity of a measure ought to be gauged by comparing it to measures of the same concept developed through other methods.
  • I'm no research methodologist, but how in the name of fortune could you frame appropriate questions?
  • Furthermore, economic methodologists have created an in-house adaptation of terminology and a way of arguing which makes even the well-intentioned philosopher-listener lost.

Origin

Early 19th century: from modern Latin methodologia or French méthodologie.

technical Show phonetics
adjective
1 relating to the knowledge, machines or methods used in science and industry:
a few technical problems

2 relating to the knowledge and methods of a particular subject or job:
Personally, I found some parts of the book a little too technical to follow.

3 relating to practical skills and methods that are used in a particular activity:
In her performance as the Snow Queen she showed great technical brilliance.

technically Show phonetics
adverb
technically advanced weaponsadj.
  1. Of, relating to, or derived from technique.
    1. Having special skill or practical knowledge especially in a mechanical or scientific field: a technical adviser.
    2. Used in or peculiar to a specific field or profession; specialized: technical terminology.
    1. Belonging or relating to a particular subject: technical expertise.
    2. Of, relating to, or involving the practical, mechanical, or industrial arts or the applied sciences: a technical school.
    1. Abstract or theoretical: a technical analysis.
    2. Of, relating to, or employing the methodology of science; scientific.
  2. According to principle; formal rather than practical: a technical advantage.
  3. Industrial and mechanical; technological.
  4. Relating to or based on analysis of market indicators, such as trading volume and fluctuations in securities prices, rather than underlying economic conditions such as corporate earnings, inflation, and unemployment: a technical correction in the stock market.
n. Sports.
A technical foul.
[From Greek tekhnikos, of art, from tekhnē, art.]
technically tech'ni·cal·ly adv.
technicalness tech'ni·cal·ness n.




[形]((通例限定))
1 技術上の, 技芸上の
technical skill
技巧.
2 専門的な;専門用語使用の;(…について)細かな点まで具体的な((about ...))
technical terms
専門用語.
3 (技芸・職業に)熟達した, 精通した.
4 工業技術の, 応用科学の
technical advances
技術発展.
5 厳密な法解釈に従う;法則上からみた
in the technical sense
厳密な意味で.
6 〈市況が〉人為操作的な.
7 技術的にむずかしい
a technical ski run
高度な技術がいるゲレンデ.
tech・ni・cal・ness
[名]

テクニカル [technical]


  • (形動)
    • (1)専門の分野にかかわるさま。専門的。学術上の。
    • (2)技術に関係のあるさま。技術的。

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