develop or evolve, especially from a latent or potential state
"The present name derives from an older form"
come from; be connected by a relationship of blood, for example;
"She was descended from an old Italian noble family"
"he comes from humble origins"
reason by deduction; establish by deduction
"derive pleasure from one's garden"
now you can derive this.
a person to whom the words have no clear, conscious meaning may derive more from it than someone who reads it as i do, and so i recommend hearing or reading it however you will.
these stories derive from his experiences during the long march.
but its monopoly on this position, as well as its lock on the top post at the world bank, derive from the same convention which europe is now being asked to ditch.
the system can automatically derive the kinds of messages needed for full update, incremental update, invalidation, etc.
it should not be limited or constrained by any transcendent standards or moral laws that do not derive from politics itself, whether a law of god or some kind of transcendent moral order or code.
however, the fact that the process is using (or producing output from) data that does not derive from its inputs should be recorded in the process model.
mr ying is one of those happy people who derive pleasure from helping others.
the only real information we can derive from this test is that none of our code threw any exceptions.
so i guess her coven ought to be able to derive some comfort from this experience.
at every level of the hierarchy, we would use functional analysis to derive requirements and engineering methods to derive measures of effectiveness.
from this, you can derive the general scope and understanding of the business requirements.
we should be judged by the quality of our products and the value investors derive from them.
in contrast, if you take a moment to identify the stable relationship in your object model, then you can derive a more stable vocabulary at minimal cost.
they require data, they modify and update data, and they often also derive new data by bringing various data sources together.
for example, while a customer store may derive some campaigns from the asset store, it may add its own campaigns that are specific to the customer segment served by the store.
we derive the important law: opposite charges attract , like charges repel.
so like any diligent scientist, he set about trying to derive one.
based on that information we can derive all the required messages and also an update schedule for the participants.
if you want to make your own class non-copyable, you just derive from this class.
like how most people derive as much (if not more) happiness from planning fun things than from the actual act of doing them.
from one point of view, reading hobbes, his account of the state of nature seems to derive from his physics of motion and rest, in the opening chapters of leviathan.
in it, you simply write statements you know to be true, then ask the application to derive consequences for you.
「he asked questions and tried to find the right answers rather than the converse, which is ask who he is and then therefore derive the answer from there, 」 dinh said.
females and cubs clearly derive some benefit from living in groups.
we now shall derive the converses of these propositions.
in the next article, we'll examine the algorithmic approach, in which third parties use structural and heuristic techniques to derive machine-readable semantics from html web pages targeted at people.
to derive the transformation equations , we return to fig. 14 - 1.
為了求出這個變換式, 我們回顧圖14 -
you can directly derive the service model from the process and use case decompositions above.
that is, you can derive new phrase or block elements from the existing phrase and block elements.
these dynamic and static models could be used to derive all the read methods too, if we went through every permutation that you enumerated in your analysis.
these two amino acids derive their carbon skeletons from pyruvate.
you want people who derive joy from the work they do.
nor does scientific knowledge derive straightforwardly from experiments and observations.
most patients derive enjoyment from leafing through old picture albums.
you should understand the requirements at each level of abstraction and use them to derive the capabilities of the elements that collaborate at that level of abstraction.
and as such, he understood perhaps better than anyone the sheer absurdity, but absolute necessity, of attempting to derive meaning from the universe of knowledge.