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- n. flow (through a system or process)
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The "operating government" (as opposed to the social "flowthrough" government) got "hooked" on use of social security program income "profits" to offset operating deficits.
Is an intentional attempt at “interior streetscape” or marketplace feel, with flowthrough and action on first floor.
The pub is designed in a way that confounds every single principle of 21st century customer flowthrough and spend maximisation.
If you weren't flowing Usan through with 0 margin, if you just took that out, just what would margins look like without that Usan flowthrough at 0 margin?
Similarly the introduction of DSL led to "operations gaps" that required object-oriented inventory management and workflow software to enable flowthrough provisioning that could cope with mass market uptake.
"We could have withheld up to 3 percent of the money as the flowthrough agent," she said.