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seamless

adjective Referring to a smooth and seemingly uninterrupted transition from one task, protocol or format of operation to another, for example, in translating virtual reality simulations of endoscopic surgery into clinical practice, or changing one diagnostic or therapeutic method to another.

seamless

Vox populi adjective Referring to a smooth and seemingly uninterrupted transition from one task to another.
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never a part of this seamlessness, despite the critical animus against
Frustratingly for all but the most expert of listeners however, while the seamlessness gave a certain continuity, when combined with some completely inadequate programme notes it left Wagner's musical landscape as bereft of signposts as the British countryside during the Second World War.
But as Lariviere clears out his desk, the UO needs to know how the governor's vision of seamlessness squares with the reality of a long-term decline in state financial support for higher education.
Agnihotri quoted "to create seamlessness let different modes and the public sector should take initiative, by setting up of the Logistics Corporation of India, CWC, and Concur SCI"On his Inaugural address of Logistics Summit 2011 organized by the CII - Institute of Logistics on Mumbai 3rd Nov, 2011
And it is this near total seamlessness that blurs the bounds between author and subject, real and unreal, primary and secondary roles, master and mastered.
It needs to provide the seamlessness we've come to expect when using things like the iPad and the iPhone.
The interjection of multiple competing subplots, such as Miriam's Crohn's disease and Mo's dealings with the devil, are too fragmented and feel abruptly crammed into an already bulging plot with little context or attempt at seamlessness.
Combine the famously exquisite Sylvie Guillem, the seamlessness of Russell Maliphant's choreography, and the dark presence of acclaimed theater director Robert Lepage and what do you get?
The findings of this study indicate that each site adhered to the major tenets of the CEC model: conducting a needs assessment, developing partnerships with local businesses and at least one technical college, and working toward seamlessness (for example, offering dual enrollment opportunities for students).
really simple syndication [RSS] feeds), and seamlessness (e.
lt;p>Konary argues that vendors need to move to pay-per-use pricing models where they are accountable to customer satisfaction, and "where real value is in the ease, intuitiveness, and seamlessness of the experience.
There's that same understatedness which doesn't have the wow factor, but it does make you admire the smooth seamlessness of the architecture.