- a capable of being protruded or stretched or opened out
an extensible measuring rule
- Apparently one of the motivating factors to change the name from scifi to a phase-changing-vowel-filled homonym was to have a name that was trademarkable and extensible, and .
- Upon reaching the waiting jet, an extensible ramp locks into the plane's door, and the passengers walk into the plane without ever being exposed to the weather.
- It added a few details: the latest U-boats have some technical improvements (extensible intake and exhaust ducts) which enable them to stay submerged for longer periods, and thus .
- Warren Spector in MTV.com
Q3 was yet another quarter which saw an increase in the contribution of consulting and enterprise business solutions, which now stands at 42% of revenue. Satyam's ability to architect innovative and extensible solution frameworks in this area has... Ramalinga Raju http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ramalinga_Raju&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHptgssBxoduzMzXh-LnXeUhi1VLw Prdomain Business Register (press release) http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.prdomain.com/companies/S/SatyamComputer/newsreleases/200711938601.htm&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEf4ojPvQXoWMLR9Afl0Y7rg4Mh5w Jan 19, 2007
35563 45042 extensible I don't do anything that isn't extensible," Spector told 1UP.com. "And I will certainly feel like that I have not done my job if we can't make other games in this world with these characters. In my head, I've got two more planned."
- Larry Augustin in FOXBusiness
MindTouch is enabling businesses to seamlessly connect legacy systems, Web 2.0 applications and Web-services inside an open, extensible wiki framework. Convergence of information and talent is critical to the modern IT infrastructure,said...