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- n. The property of being serviceable, of being useful for some function.
- n. The property of being able to be serviced.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as serviceablcness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of being able to provide good service
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Navy's Collins-class fleet 'reduced to one working submarine' THE navy's trouble-prone $6 billion submarine fleet has been reduced to one operational boat, raising serious questions about the long-term serviceability of the six Collins-Class vessels designed to serve as Australia's frontline strike weapon.
John Fowler, a longtime Sun leader who spoke about Oracle-Sun's hardware strategy, also emphasizes the "serviceability" advantages the combined companies will have from understanding the whole stack, and referenced
Whether the McClungs were confused about the number and serviceability of the oxygen masks because they were already feeling the effects of oxygen deprivation, their story is valuable because it reveals potential problems.
Not only is the cost lower, but serviceability is better.
Constraints may include available resources, physical, imaginative or technical limitations, flexibility for future modifications and additions, and other factors, such as requirements for cost, safety, marketability, productibility, and serviceability.
It is natural to focus in on the first concept of Price, however this leads to a lack of focus on the latter two, which will ultimately affect the long-term aspects of the contract - functionality, serviceability and enjoyment.
Their design methodology emphasizes user serviceability and heirloom strength.
The Non-Destructive Automated Inspection System (NDE-AIS) is a deployable, high speed, automated digital radiographic inspection system that evaluates ceramic plate serviceability in the filed … results demonstrated that the NDE-AIS is 99.8% effective in keeping defective body armor plates from being reissued to Soldiers.
Fund satellite serviceability as appropriate throughout these new and existing lines of missions.
In addition, fund satellite serviceability for these missions as appropriate, and add hosted payloads on commercial satellites.