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

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The shape or organisation of a structure or process.
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A new, architecturally acclaimed signature bridge would serve as a metaphor for unity, connecting people, linking communities, celebrating imagination and a creative spirit.
Each luminaire is manufactured from die-cast aluminium and can be repositioned within its own module to create alternate lighting solutions and appearances suitable for architecturally stimulating retail projects, museums and galleries.
Even in this nineteenth-century museum/ school, architecturally idiosyncratic by any standard, the first arch-framed glimpse of Virgil Marti's installation caused a visceral jolt that only intensified as one approached.
The heart of the enterprise server platform is the architecturally advanced Express5800/180Rb-7 server, expandable from 1 to 8 Intel Pentium III Xeon processors.
The greater Columbus Circle neighborhood in which it is located has become an emerging office district within midtown thanks to the recent development of architecturally iconic buildings The Hearst Building and nearby Time Warner Center.
Four light sources, three reflector beam widths and various wattages make the product eminently suitable for accent lighting in retail environments and architecturally stimulating projects.
"With JVXtreme and our first-generation JVX product, inSilicon now provides designers a spectrum of architecturally elegant and system-efficient Java acceleration solutions crafted for their particular embedded application," said Robert Nalesnik, vice president of marketing for inSilicon.
18), may take a longer view of this theme: Curators Stacy Boldrick and John Cherry plan to juxtapose medieval objects from the collection of the British Museum (c enser covers, pilgrim badges, a book of hours) with architecturally oriented works by contemporary artists like Thomas Schiitte and Mike Kelley, all representing "a symbolic place of safety for the human spirit." That's an apt description of the extraordinary sculpture of Congolese artist Bodys Isek Kingelez, which takes the form of fantastic architectural models made of everyday materials like bottle caps, cardboard, and tinfoil.
The Morris Companies completely renovated the property in 1988 and converted it into an award-winning apartment complex that retained much of its historic character and architecturally distinctive features.

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