Identifier pertains to a term in prolog and programming in general. It is defined as a sequence of letters, underscores, and digits, with the requirement that the first two characters must be letters.

Likewise, identifier refers to the name of an item in a program written in the Java programming language.
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Java (Java ist eine objektorientierte Programmiersprache ...)
Igloo is described as a structural or non-structural container contoured to the dimensions of a standard body freighter main deck.
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Aircraft pallet net (Aircraft pallet net is referring to a webbing or ...)
Igneous rock is identified as rocks formed from magma that has cooled and solidified either at the earth's surface or deep below the earth's surface.. Examples of igneous rocks are basalt which are formed from magna that has cooled and solidified at the earth's surface and granite which are formed from magna that has cooled and solidified deep below the earth's surface.
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): R?cke, Rocker, rockers, Rocks
Imax refers to a camera and projection systems developed for the largest film frame present in the motion picture industry. The individual frames are exposed, or projected, through an horizontal aperture and allow film sizes three times larger than 35mm frames. With the addition of a fish-eye lens to the projector these images can be projected on a dome shaped screen.
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Arc-lamps (Arc lamp is characterized as an optical source. ..)
In situ is defined as within the natural range of a species.

Often used in the phrase 'in-situ conservation' in reference to conservation efforts carried out within the range of a species.

French - in situ
Spanish - in situ

-see also:
"In situ" is in the UNSPSC Code "12164100"
  In situ
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Industrial alcohol pertains to any ethanol which may be intended for industrial uses, such as solvents, extractants, antifreezes and intermediates in the synthesis of innumerable organic chemicals.
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alcohol (alcohol is a central nervous system depressant. ...)
Ethanol (Ethanol (Ethylalkohol, Siedepunkt 78?C) ist der ...)

Industrial papers a terms which is used to describe paper
manufactured for industrial uses as opposed to cultural purposes. Industrial papers, therefore include building papers, insulating papers, wrapping papers, packaging papers, etc.
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Industrial crane is a term that refers to a machine which raise, shift, and lower loads with a projected, swinging arm or a hoisting apparatus supported on an overhead track. The types of industrial cranes are:

1. Bench or cart-mounted cranes which are designed for small workspaces and one-hand operation.
2. Jib cranes which are mount on walls or floors and consist of a horizontal beam called jib upon which a shuttle or hoist is mounted. Floor or foundation-mounted jib cranes have higher load ratings than wall-mounted cranes. A cantilevered jib crane can incorporate full or partial rotation.
3. Gantry cranes have a horizontal beam and end supports or legs, the size of which range from small, workstation cranes to very large, heavy-duty construction cranes.
4. Overhead cranes or bridge cranes attach a horizontal load-carrying beam to wall columns or the underside of the ceiling
5. Boom cranes use a structure, pole or boom to support a suspended cable for load attachment.
6. Tower cranes use a cantilever boom, but are designed for very heavy-duty operations.
7. Mobile cranes and truck -mounted can be moved or driven to different locations.
8. Ship cranes and deck cranes are designed for shipboard mounting and the loading or ships, freighters, and other maritime vessels.
9. Stacker cranes are similar to bridge cranes; however, instead of a hoist, these industrial cranes use a mast with forks or a platform to handle unit loads.
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Bridge (Bridge is term which can refer to: 1. The ...)