This could be participating in a firm-sponsored community service event, such as Paint-the-Town or Adopt-a-Highway, or getting to know a new staff member who's not part of their department and helping him or her acclimate
to the firm.
An ability to acclimate
to temperature change has been widely reported (Schulte 1975, Widdows et al.
Again, the solution is to acclimate
the wood to the space, making sure the humidity is kept close to its normal level.
It's also important to acclimate
younger workers to handling significant client issues.
The Onyx Series initial introduction will include the following new products: the 640 fire alarm control panel, the ACPS addressable power supply, the XPIQ multichannel audio transponder, RFX wireless detection systems, and the acclimate
Identified by a special badge, mentors also work to acclimate
new hires with the facility and its policies, procedures and personnel.
Scientists have long known about some of the ways that people acclimate
to hypoxic conditions as they spend more time at high altitudes.
Breeding potential for improvement of freezing stress resistance: Genetic separation of freezing tolerance, freezing avoidance, and capacity to cold acclimate
Virtual tours can also help acclimate
new students and parents to the district, and make it easier for relocating families to choose communities where they want to live.
Plus is the new multicriteria technology smoke detector from NOTIFIER of Northford, Connecticut.
Grotesque and perverse visuals only help to acclimate
the public to this new reality."
However, the osmoregulatory mechanisms that allow zebra mussel gametes and larvae to tolerate extremely dilute conditions and to acclimate
(as shown here) to brackish-water conditions are unknown.