MUTEX

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MUTEXMutually Exclusive
MUTEXMutual Exclusion
MUTEXMutation and Testing
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There is no doubt about the fact that Israeli settlements and the two-state solution are mutually exclusive," he added.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Supercenters and organic food purveyors are not mutually exclusive.
"You Can Develop Pure Awareness" is a top pick for those who don't think spirituality and science are mutually exclusive concepts.
Profitable and Green are not mutually exclusive qualities.
Its top four supermarkets command 80% of the grocery trade - a similar ratio to that of the UK - but the market is not price sensitive and each of the major retailers has a mutually exclusive customer base.
Costs incurred while investigating and pursuing mutually exclusive proposed business restructurings (meaning that only one restructuring transaction can be completed) must be capitalized as part of the completed transaction costs.
Rejection of the "hybreds" had two results--the positions that had concerned a disagreement within the community were now pushed outside the community into the territory of heresy, and without the hybreds what remained were two pure, mutually exclusive traditions.
"The Miami-Dade School System recognizes that 'institution' and 'innovation' are not mutually exclusive concepts," Cohen notes.
Certainly the two need not be mutually exclusive, and some forward-thinking companies like Claridge Court of Prairie Village, Kansas, have found in giving their chefs this training.
These 3 modes are not mutually exclusive. Published findings that support the occurrence of aerosol transmission were reviewed to assess the importance of this mode of transmission.
Inside, installations by Wang Shu focused on a five year analysis of Chicheng, a historic Chinese town just north of Beijing, examining how the demands of rapacious modernity and the lessons of the past need not be mutually exclusive, a theme further explored in paintings by Xu Jiang.
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