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  • noun Plural form of resource.


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  • A WAG, reading in one of Brigham Young's manifestoes, "that the great resources of Utah are her women," exclaimed, "It is very evident that the prophet is disposed to _husband his resources_."

    The Jest Book The Choicest Anecdotes and Sayings Mark Lemon 1839

  • Switching is the way the link transmission capacity and Node resources (e.g. CPU, buffers, internal switching resources*) are allocated for the transfer of information.

    Recently Uploaded Slideshows 2010

  • The big worry is that a private, for-those-with-the-money system will drain resources from the public system; that the rich will get first-class care and everyone else will get the leftovers.

    some canadian news 2005

  • The term resources is not defined in the Act, but we consider it to include the total of a charity's financial assets, as well as everything the charity can useto further its purposes, such as its staff, volunteers, directors, and its premises and equipment.

    Social Conservative Causes and Charitable Status Suzanne 2006

  • Yet Canada, abundantly rich in resources, is technology-_ poor.

    Technology and the Competitive Challenge 1985

  • In my mind keeping people concentrated into urban areas and out of the areas that produce our resources is a far more worthy goal as it is far more difficult to grow F.S.C. lumber in a housing development than in the woods.

    GREAT GREEN REHAB: Brooks/Cadora Residence | Inhabitat 2007

  • The contention that "all of the people of Canada" should benefit from the inequitable distribution of mineral and other resources is at best a political euphemism for centralized control of fiscal policy, and hence the ultimatum in Mr. Turner's budgets of last May and November.

    The Incredible Resource Battle 1975

  • Finally, a branch of the federal government which I must mention for its research on the development and wise use of our resources is the National Research Council.

    Canadian Resource Policy 1956

  • One factor towards off-setting the smallness of her population and the limitation of her resources is her membership in the British Commonwealth and in the Anglo-American group of Nations.

    Australia Looks Ahead 1946

  • Since this kind of resources is quite new, there seems not many libraries having them catalogued.

    Archive 2004-01-01 Tom Peters 2004


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