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architecture

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The form and manner in which a computer system and its components interact.

Vox populi
The shape or organisation of a structure or process.
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The court in its order said "Since similar statement was made by the Administrator of the Corporation we are surprised that the Chief Architect alleged that the Administrator made a wrong/false statement, and reflects that he (Chief Architect) is shirking from his duties.
The chief architect said that AEB is involved in a big way in the Lusail Development of Qatari Diar where they are concept architecture and programme managers of the QR8bn Lusail Waterfront District project.
"The whole building was about 1,500 square meters and now we are adding more than 7,500 square meters but all underground," explained Jacques Aboukhaled of JA Designs, chief architect behind the project in collaboration with French architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte.
The valuable drawings were taken away from the chief architect's office without any official record, by a few persons working at the Heritage Cell at Chandigarh College of Architecture ( CCA).
MAKING PLANS: A chief architect in the public sector could earn in excess of pounds 41,000 a year
Ferguson, an IBM Fellow and chief architect of IBM Software Group.
Ta Mok, the former military commander of Cambodia's brutal Khmer Rouge and a chief architect of the regime's atrocities, died yesterday in a military hospital.
Emanuel, in addition to running the House campaigns, has been a chief architect of the curb-your-enthusiasm style of Democratic politics, opposing talk of complete withdrawal from Iraq and economic populism that might alienate swing voters.
Born on 15 April 1489 to Greek Christian Anatolian parents, Sinan was appointed as chief architect in the Ottoman court in 1539, a post that he held until he died almost half a century later in 1588.
Patti Elwood Jr., chief architect of the act and coiner of the term "health maintenance organization," recalled in a historical perspective of Kaiser Permanente's beginnings how he immediately hoarded a plane to Kaiser's Oakland headquarters when the U.S.
The website was designed by the IT Department Technicians and its chief architect, Commissioner of Information Technology Eban Thomas, who was recently suspended from his position pending an investigation into incidents of leaks of government information.
Keeping El Teniente productive is plenty enough for a man like Felipe Ravinet, chief architect at the mine.

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