- v. present participle of upgrade.
“Yes, they are actually as I mentioned I think just a minute ago, with the de-bottlenecking that they have done, they think they can get more process through without any incremental CapEx required in their processing side, of what they refer to as the upgrading of the product.”
“My friend observes that elsewhere, Starwood is demanding not just its full management income payments, but additional capital investments in upgrading the property to keep it in top shape, where the property hotel in question is having big losses.”
“The other bottom line is that TWC has be lax in upgrading its internal network, and needs to get cracking on that.”
“The last mile of the cable operators network is still owned by untrained and unscrupulous small sub operators who see little benefit in upgrading their systems as long as network is working adequately for delivering cable.”
“This county found that it could reduce much more pollution at a much lower cost through green infrastructure than if they invested in upgrading a water treatment plant.”
“Yeah, i agree with most of the complaints here - upgrading is work, its code is a mess of html tables and php.”
“I am a current Sprint Customer and I planning on upgrading from a HTC Mogul to a Palm Pre.”
“In a statement, Aldi's joint group managing directors, Matthew Barnes and Roman Heini, blamed the slide into the red on a heavy investment programme: "We have invested significantly in upgrading all our existing stores and this has had an impact on the 2009 result.”
“With a lot of investment in upgrading the pipeline yes, but without such investment, no.”
“You have successfully completed in upgrading your hard disk!”
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