agility


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Agility

The facility with which a person can quickly move in space as intended or demanded by changing circumstances.

a·gil·i·ty

(ă-jil'i-tē)
The ability to accelerate, decelerate, stabilize, and change directions quickly while maintaining proper body posture.
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By combining their specialties, International Medical Corps and Agility will bring higher standards to humanitarian logistics and supply chain management.
This is perfectly in line with Agility Europe's dedicated growth strategy and further solidifies our presence in this important market that links the North of Europe to the rest of the world", said Chris Price, managing director of Area North Europe for Agility.
To get started in feline agility, you don't need experience, but you will need a willing cat (no need for a registered show cat; just your plain, lovable "housecat" is fine
Kevin McDaid, Agility Systems managing director, who is staying with business, said: "Having built up Agility Systems successfully and profitably over recent years, we could see the huge potential market for RFID applications in the distribution and retail sectors.
One example she notes was the use of Iams corporate logo paw print decals on the floor, which led veterinarians to the outdoor agility tent at the TNAVC event.
Photo: (1 -- 2 -- color) Hillary, a Welsh Cardigan corgi, above, emerges from one of the obstacles posed for pets at Agility Gym Plus in Canoga Park.
Agility will require companies to assimilate information from customers sooner and better.
We're looking forward to the ability to use the five millimeter interdigitating leaves in Agility to allow us to sculpt the radiation dose even more precisely, reduce potential treatment complications and - by virtue of the MLC's low transmission - reduce unnecessary radiation exposure to normal tissues.
The divestiture of Agility is conditioned on PR Newswire successfully completing antitrust review of its sale to Cision from UBM plc.
Recently scientific papers of some authors try to complete the agility definition adding "whole body change of direction as well as rapid movement and changing direction of body parts" (Draper & Lancaster, 1985).
The network of Agility distribution parks being developed across Africa will serve the growing requirements of Agility's existing and new customers as they seek distribution facilities across the continent to meet the demands of burgeoning growth in both FMCG and commercial markets.
The network of Agility Distribution Parks being developed across Africa will serve the growing requirements of Agility s existing and new customers as they seek distribution facilities across the continent to meet the demands of the burgeoning growth in both the FMCG and commercial markets.