- n. Plural form of availability.
“NCCN regularly collaborates with international organizations to create and distribute translations of the NCCN Guidelines, which may include modifications representative of metabolic differences in populations, technological considerations, and regulatory status of agents used in cancer management, such as availabilities of drugs, biologics, devices, and procedures.”
“As the job availabilities arise, people will pay these prices.”
“Any press availabilities the Morrison campaign had scheduled before the story appeared would be postponed for twenty-four hours in the hope that interest in it had already peaked by then.”
“We never shut our doors to anyone, so people of all kinds attended these press availabilities.”
“Now actors' availabilities means that if I've got four or five scenes with Jeff Bridges in a film but he's on another movie I may start working on that movie and then three weeks later Jeff will come in for seven days and we'll work for seven days and then he goes away and he's on another movie and I don't see him again.”
“Movie schedules are based around three things: actors' availabilities, when are sets being built, or when can you rent the place you're going to film in?”
“Marc LaVorgna , the mayor's spokesman, said, "No public official in America holds more open media availabilities than the mayor.”
“So in between helping customers, doing a consultation, and researching plant availabilities, I managed to get the bed somewhat weeded and mulched — a big difference!”
“Stay tuned for details of release dates and availabilities ...”
“And a lot of times we would shoot one day and then not shoot again for 4 weeks, because it was just a matter of people’s availabilities.”
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