recognition factor

recognition factor

n.
Any of the factors that allow polymorphonuclear neutrophil leukocytes to recognize target antigens.
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Business leaders in particular were keen on Greater Birmingham'which they see as having a higher recognition factor, particularly when dealing with overseas investors and clients.
Simplicity, recognition factor and quality is something we prioritize when we are about to purchase a new fire engine.
None of them would have much of a recognition factor now, either, but that could change with a return to the playoffs for Boston.
If there is one qualification that seems to be required of anyone wanting to run as London mayor it is the instant recognition factor.
That there is an instant recognition factor with the works is indicative of how the paintings have helped to cement popular images of Native Indians in our minds today.
They will again have a new car ready, but chief executive Ralph Topping this year added to the recognition factor when generously deciding to send all six of his managers who made the last 24 on an all-expenses-paid trip with a guest to next year's Breeders' Cup in Santa Anita.
The PM also criticised the SNP for putting all their efforts on Salmond's recognition factor and playing down what the party really stood for - independence.
Lego is one of the toys that has a high recognition factor for parents, who can become mystified by the amount of hi-tech gadgets on the market today.
Dubai is both open to international business and has a high recognition factor in the international financial community, which any exchange would need to attract.
Logos and wordmarks from the skateboard and snowboard world were also very popular, and had a high recognition factor among all the students in the class.

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