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1 He grafted the branch onto the apple tree.
2 He rived a branch away from the tree.
3 Dany squinted at them suspiciously, then plucked one from a branch and nibbled at it.
4 He was a broken branch grafted onto a different family tree, adopted, not because his parents opted for a different destiny.
5 The branch or bud that is grafted is called the scion.
6 He grafted the branch.
7 A snake winds round a branch.
8 Branch officials can access the central database.
9 The snake coiled round the branch.
10 However, in the main loop, you have a conditional branch.
11 Each node can be either a branch or a leaf.
12 Near the center of each drawn transition is a branch node.
13 One branch of the field is quantum computing.
14 Theoretically this should be fine since the trunk is the Done branch and the definition of Done is "releasable".
15 You could even cut the branch on which the snake is, so the snake falls and not you.
16 Changes might be made in the trunk, without being made in my work branch first!
17 At each node, you answer the question and move on that branch, until you reach a leaf that answers yes or no.
18 Merges changes from one branch to another.
19 So if the results are different, do you branch or not?
20 If you have multiple lists sharing the same sublist, it looks like a tree graphically, but because the lists only go in a straight sequence, you cannot access the other branches from any other branch.
21 Yet if the bread chapter stands out for its clarity and utility, it also points out the inherent oddness of this branch of science.
22 When do you create a branch type?
23 variant of this pattern in activity form could use an activity with several disjoint input and output criteria-one for each branch of the gateways.
24 Each branch of the tree corresponds to a facet of the metadata.
25 This is because we need similar skills and knowledge to support that product on each "code branch" — that is, that development activity related to each product version.
26 An obvious limitation of this approach is that for each new error handling process a new decision branch must be created.
27 Just like line coverage, if there are two branches in a particular method and both were covered through tests, then you could say the method has 100% branch coverage.
28 In this simple example, it is easy to track the original and branch requirements.
29 All the branch heads will be there, and most of the staff.
30 Before V7, if you wanted to branch the mediation flow, the order of execution of these branches was nondeterministic.