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sit·u·a·tion

(sich-yū-ā'shŭn),
The aggregate of biologic, psychological, and sociologic factors that affect a person's behavioral pattern.

situation

1. A set of circumstances.
2. The location of an entity in relation to other objects.
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Situationally, the Patriots checked in 26th on third down (42.
Computer discourse can be interpreted as speech behavioral system characterized by the following common discourse features: dynamic, progressive, communicative, embodied, situationally determined and connotative, socially and culturally marked.
Officials identified customary law by asking local experts to determine what the law was, thus reframing flexible and situationally defined oral codes into fixed, written rules.
The unsubtle point of Strathern's analysis is to remove sex and affect from the consideration of social life and to make anatomy lose all meaning: 'differences between the sexes cannot be known in advance of the interaction between them,' because '[m]ale and female organs "in themselves" stand for a composite relation' any element of which is elicted situationally, impermanently, by identically-pansexual 'others' (Strathern 1988: 123, 129).
As a result, coordination between Regular Army and USAR CBRN forces is often ad hoc and situationally dependent.
The choice of appropriate contract types is very situationally dependent, and a number of factors must be taken into account to determine the best contract type to use.
In light of the results of our study, this suggests that there might be a common process, that is, a selective tuning of the affective and cognitive system to personally and situationally salient information.
One way to make appliances and services feel "smart" for the user is to make them situationally aware.
They describe an emerging capability, the Joint Air Ground Integration Center, as a solution that takes advantage of existing organizational structures and 21st-century communications to conduct operations in a more efficient, linked, and situationally aware manner.
From an operational point of view, the two (SAW) gunners who will carry a 40-percent lighter load, will undoubtedly have more energy as well as be more lethal, more flexible upon contact, more situationally aware, and more capable of offensive action.
In this context, first responder robots can be deployed situationally to achieve control of those who would disrupt or steal from law abiding citizens.
Above all Aboriginal collective identities are situationally expressed, and for the Sto:lo-Coast Salish, are arbitrated by and in history.