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  • n  the quality of being composed of relatively large particles

  • A budget resolution is not legislation and it's typically written at a higher level of aggregation and with less granularity than the President's budget submission is.
  • I'll find out if there's any more granularity I can give you about the schedule that day.
  • The IDA study concluded that a user faced with limited computing power would simply run the program for a longer period of time or run it with coarser granularity.

  • David Petraeus in McClatchy Washington Bureau
    Petraeus said any timetable must have "a heck of a lot more granularity than the kind of very short-hand statements that have been put out."
  • Kip Hawley in International Herald Tribune
    A lot of that work is sorting through dots,Hawley said of the different intelligence leads that produced the heightened scrutiny. "This is a dot that just came up with enough granularity that it seemed we should take direct action on it."
  • Craig Mundie in
    Mundie said: "We have to be able to say I only trust this particular application, or I trust this person running that application in order to be able to do things. And so we really need to be able to do this with a lot more granularity." "We...

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