From Information Management to Knowledge Management: Beyond the 'Hi-Tech Hidebound' Systems From Information Management to Knowledge Management:
GIS uses some of this knowledge, but Fisher (1998) contended that GI Systems were 'hidebound' by the traditional role of the map as data collection and storage device.
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what we call matter is not completely dead,but is merely mind hidebound with habits’ (CP 6.158; see also CP 7.341). By this he means semeiosis mani
The connective tissue of the skin layer beneath the epidermis (corium) and the subcutaneous structures being increased, a hidebound condition results.
Its proponents disparage those who favor a definite, cumulative course of study for children as "traditional, " "hidebound, " and "reactionary, " to mention only the more polite terms.
hidebound thinking and rebel. A Heretek who hailed from the Lathes comes from a dogmatic background and may well have succumbed to the lure of Chaos while
The battleship had become irrelevant foreverthough the obstinacy of hidebound admirals and the corrupting power of lucrative procurement budgets kept the battleship in full tilt production for 30 more years.
pointments. Indeed, addicted people are victims of nothing else than their own hidebound, animal stupidity as they relentlessly pursue the unspeakable pleasures of alcohol and other drugs.
40 Thanks, Mike Michigan Bar Journal November 2007 J udges are hidebound beasts. I look around the various courts in which I have spent the majority of my profess ional life, approaching 30 years, and I see some practices with no basis in statute or court rule that sages who have been here even ...