Sources: Law Dictionary; CC-CEDICT
Instead, we learn about threads ad hoc, adding new tips and techniques to our toolboxes as we need them.
Focusing on the inspection process using a specific point of view makes it more productive, since a usually ad hoc evaluation is replaced by a well -driven and controlled process.
If a renewed eruption threatened to continue for days or even weeks, the ad hoc efforts to get people home could develop into more permanent solutions for those making essential trips.
Additionally, the Human Task Manager supports the ad hoc creation and tracking of tasks.
But very soon the water was churned by an ad hoc flotilla of boats and ferries flying the flags of almost every city, state and federal agency that works the waters around New York City.
This approach uses UML very informally and in an ad hoc way, primarily in early analysis and design.
Your testing is ad hoc, nothing is written down, and there's nothing to automate.
The rescue is opaque -yet another ad hoc bail -out rather than part of a systematic plan; and it is too kind to the bank’s management, board and shareholders.
Those enterprises with minimal or ad hoc IT governance could muddle through with business as usual.
On the other hand, a nonstandard, ad hoc, or incoherent set of annotations could result in incomprehensible code.