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toolkit

, tool kit (tool′kit″)
1. In professional education, a resource, esp. one that helps a professional improve his or her competence, knowledge, or skills.
2. In computers, software for a specific function, esp. for solving a problem.
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These approaches are just one aspect that differentiates A Creative Toolkit of Meditations from your more general 'how-to' guide to meditations.
The toolkit is financially supported by the UNODC's Regional Project for Afghanistan and surrounding countries and distribution of the toolkit in Pakistan has shown that its design is highly relevant for police on the ground who are working in complex settings.
"The SME Toolkit UAE is not only a resource for the entrepreneur, but it is also a catalyst for entrepreneurship development in the UAE," said said Nizar Cheniour, Director of Enterprise Development and Support at Khalifa Fund.
Auto update Toolkit to latest available version at startup
Funded by the department's Office of Disability Employment Policy in partnership with the department's Women's Bureau, the toolkit makes more than 170 resources easily accessible, particularly for workers and job seekers with complex employment situations such as parents of young children, single parents, family caregivers, mature workers, at-risk youth, ex-offenders, and individuals with disabilities, including veterans with disabilities and people with HIV/AIDS.
Hoff added, “A toolkit is a clever idea based on the premise that small businesses - and marketing people too - could use an in depth, comprehensive and affordable do-it-yourself resource kit for brand positioning.
According to Elcomsoft the iOS Forensic Toolkit is the first commercially available product offering full support for recovering iOS5 keychains.
According to Mercury the Imaging Toolkit is the first to leverage the performance power of general purpose graphics processing units (GPGPUs) and helps developers speed time-to-market and lower the overall total cost of development.
The toolkit includes worksheets and sample materials designed to aid in the eight-step RSA process, including requesting assistance, scheduling the audits, analyzing data, conducting field reviews, and documenting issues and suggestions.
The new compiler provides enhanced on-chip debug capabilities compared with the previous toolkit. The toolkit also retains its support for prototyping and debugging application software in a PC environment, prior to targeting the code at the BlueCore devices, a facility that can significantly enhance productivity for developers.
The toolkit is integrated into Wikipedia as well as Knol, Google's platform for internet users to write articles on specific subjects.
Face-to-Face Communication Toolkit by Roger D'Aprix, ABC