Definitions for "Phases"
Keywords:  dosage, iii, healthy, orderly, conceive
Homogeneous and distinct portions of a material.
Distinct stages of a development project or of a version within a project; the high-level divisions of a project. The recommended project phases for a system development project are: Conceive, Plan, Design, Develop, Test, Train, Implement and Close-Out.
Drugs pass through three phases of testing. During Phase I, drugs are tested, usually in healthy subjects, to determine safety, and how the drug acts in the body. During Phase II, a limited number of people with the disease targeted by the drug are studied to evaluate the drug's safety, effectiveness, and dosage in treating the disease. In Phase III, testing is expanded to further verify safety and effectiveness in the target population.
Keywords:  mmorpg, hack, manga, boss, fictional
The Eight Phases are fictional boss monsters from the .hack franchise that encompasses several video games, anime and manga. They are a threat to players both in the MMORPG, The World, and in the real world.
"Phases" is episode 15 of season 2 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. See also List of Buffy the Vampire Slayer episodes.
levels of ROBOLAB programming. The introductory phase is called Pilot and is based on a click and choose interface in an existing template. The advanced phase is called Inventor and is undertaken by picking and placing picture icons into the desired sequence and "stringing" the icons together.
the daily change in the moon's appearance from Earth.
different aspects that a celestial body can subsequently show, due to its position compared to another celestial body. For example, the phases of the Moon are due to its positions towards the Sun, which cause a different illumination of its surface, as can be seen from the Earth.
The different shapes of the lighted side of a planet or satellite that is shining by reflected light from the sun.
Categories in the system development life cycle, including planning, analysis, design, implementation, and support; categorizing activities helps organize the processes. 14.2