Blueprint [noun]

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This is really a blueprint for what future mobility partnerships can look like.

Nature has already given us a genetic blueprint for healthy longevity.

Maciej Boni, an epidemiologist at Penn State, and his colleagues examined the genetic blueprints of the new coronavirus, or SARS-CoV-2, and 67 related viruses.

The team reconstructed nearly complete genetic blueprints of four of the 11 ancient viruses, which reveal that the Viking-era strains belong to a now-extinct group of variola viruses.

A sitemap is essentially a blueprint of your website that helps search engines find, crawl and index your website’s content.

On one hand, it’s massively important as the blueprint of life.

Your social media strategy is a blueprint that takes into consideration, all the details, and processes that govern brand social media activity.

I saw a blueprint spread on a foreman's desk as I walked past.

Mun, who'd need no blueprint to tell him where Harky had gone, would also take the shortest path to Willow Brook.

Rapid Dominance is still a concept and a work in progress, not a final road map or blueprint.