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- n. Plural form of facility.
- n. something that facilitates, or makes possible an action or process
- n. something created to fulfil a particular function
- n. a restroom or toilet
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The report's findings show that the number of self storage facilities in the UK has grown by more than 4% in the past year to some 800 primary facilities*, generating revenues of approximately £345 million and employment for 2,800 people.
Net increase under the term facilities 11,425 5,294
We are de-leveraging our term facilities where we can because we have the long-term locked-in liabilities.
That depends on if equal access to facilities is aright.
Obama, Sarkozy and Brown accused Iran of intentionally hidings its nuclear facilities from the International Atomic Energy Agency.
The idea that runway pricing could magically free up significant additional capacity at congested facilities is more myth than reality.
It employs some 130,000 people at seven main facilities in China.
Investing more heavily in facilities, support staff and the other accouterments that have become essential to life in college athletics 'fast lane.
He tried to reassure the City about the bank's ability to operate without £132bn of funding facilities from the Bank of England and other central banks.
Mr. Weldon said J & J is investing more than $100 million in facilities, equipment and other improvements to McNeil's operations.
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