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ship

(ship),
A structure resembling the hull of a ship.

SHIP

Abbreviation for:
Self-Help Intervention Project
Senior Health Insurance Program
sexual health in practice 
SH2-containing inositol phosphatase
Small Hospital Improvement Program
src homology 2-containing inositol phosphatase
STD/HIV Intervention Program
Supplemental Health Insurance Plan

ship

(ship)
A structure resembling the hull of a ship.
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Shippable employees will join JFrog global teams, with the first technology integrations being released in the JFrog Enterprise+ platform in the summer of 2019, with full technical integration completing in 3Q19.
The Potentially Shippable Product Increment is a tangible chunk of work that has been completed from the customer's perspective.
InfoQ spoke to Avi Cavale, co-founder and CEO at Shippable to get further detail on this
To further address the economies of scale challenge, the Westinghouse SMR has been designed to be rail or truck shippable. These shippable components are fabricated in a factory prior to transport to site for assembly.
"The catches have been good but they haven't been shippable, or a lot of it isn't," Mr.
In the incremental model, an increment is a potentially shippable piece of functionality.
For example, if the contract states that the outsourcing provider must reduce their cost per shippable unit year-over-year (e.g., 3-5 percent per year), then the provider must find a way to accomplish this minimum reduction while maintaining agreed upon service levels to maintain margins.
The new equipment is to increase the company's plant's shippable capacity by 25 percent and enable the production of a broader range of large-diameter bars.
The RS5 is shippable in its lock-down position and the 270[degrees] headlock means there is no danger of the dispenser unlocking either during filling or transportation, so that the packs reach both the retailer and the end consumer in pristine condition.
The purpose of each sprint is to produce a fully formed, potentially shippable product, represented by the box on the right side.
Notable examples include shippable pumps that can be locked in the down position for ease of transport and, once opened, relocked in the up position to avoid a final unwanted dose when locking; 'Suckback' systems that pull product back into the nozzle after dispensing to provide a consistently clean and hygienic operation and avoid mess and waste; and tamper-evident and child-resistant options.
Such conditions coincide well with the logic manifested elsewhere in Wohnseifer's work: Take the 2009 series "Canon," in which the artist made quasi-functional shelflike sculptures, reworkings of Gerrit Rietveld's 1923 design for the Berliner Stuhl (which Rietveld himself intended as a DIY set), or Wohnseifer's Prototype for a Mobile Exhibition Space, 2005--an easily shippable, inflatable white cube, able to serve as ready-made gallery space anywhere, on demand.