Development

Science / Geology / Development: The work done on a mineral property before mineral production begins on a commercial scale.
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Development Noun Synonyms: evolution, growth, evolvement, maturation, unfolding, maturing, maturity, increase, expansion, enlargement, increment, advance, advancement, progress, improvement
Development Verb Synonyms: occurrence, happening, event, incident, circumstance, situation, condition, phenomenon
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Research And Development (R-D)

Business / Finance / Research And Development (R-D): Development of new products and services by a company in order to obtain a competitive advantage. MORE

Enhanced Integrated Development Environment (EIDE)

Technology / Computers / Enhanced Integrated Development Environment (EIDE): Enhanced Integrated Development Environment. This an enhanced version of the IDE hardware technology but is much faster. It allows for more memory, can access larger hard drives and can support up to MORE

Consolidated Farm And Rural Development Act Of 1961

Business / Agriculture / Consolidated Farm And Rural Development Act Of 1961: P.L. 87-128 (August 8, 1961) authorized a major expansion of USDA lending activities, which at the time were administered by Farmers Home Administration (fmha), but now through the Farm Service Agency MORE

Surface Development

Entertainment / Photography / Surface Development: Development process in which the image forms primarily on the surface of the emulsion and then penetrates deeper. MORE

Development Kit

Entertainment / Video Games / Development Kit: A collection of software utilities, documentation, and sometimes hardware that enables a programmer or programming team to build software for a particular platform. Also called 'S.D.K.' (Software Deve MORE

Infectious Development

Entertainment / Photography / Infectious Development: Development action which occurs in processing 'lith' materials. The oxidation of hydroquinone produces new and highly active reducing agents, semiquinones, in the presence of a low quantity of sodium MORE