Blueprints là gì

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establish/draw up/draft a blueprint Establishing the right blueprint is a challenge quality to each organization.

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provide a blueprint The rules provide a vital blueprint for what the state may look like for years to lớn come.
a copy of a technical drawing that shows white lines on a blue background & is used especially in the building industry:
In contemporary economies, the most important assets are immaterial: blueprints & production methods are often much more costly1 & valuable than machinery and land.
As long as the provider uses systematically developed blueprints flexibly, they can be useful guides to lớn assessment and intervention at particular stages for particular problems.
There are no blueprints available on the management of the planning process, including the regional research priority-setting approaches và methods to lớn be used.
The intermediate-good firm that buys these "blueprints," imports computer equipment (general capital) và uses the two to produce software services.
In so doing, he reaches conclusions that bởi not suppor t or complement explanations based on cognitive or linguistic blueprints.
The chromosomes of the nucleus are perceived as being the blueprints - the idea - upon which the body is constructed.
Moreover, narrative construction is a continuous process since we not only craft but revise the story of our lives, creating new blueprints that facilitate further architectural development of the self.
Utopian blueprints, but, on the contrary, brick by brick, & that already there is a great khuyến mãi of it in certain provisions.
Example from the Hansard archive. Contains Parliamentary information licensed under the open Parliament Licence v3.0
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