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- n. The act of using something.
- n. The manner in which something is used.
- n. The state of being used.
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- n. the act of using
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One way to improve resource utilisation is to change from combustion engines to engines based on fuel cell technology.
Short-term utilisation of credit by the SARB rose from 18.8 billion rand at end 1999 to 19.7 billion rand at end 2000.
The existence of the premiums is responsible for the low levels of labour utilisation - in other words, unemployment.
It intends to increase the "utilisation" rate of court buildings across the country to at least 80%.
"We believe our power-efficient solution, combined with Linux, plus some special application widget-based software, will enable a new kind of utilisation of the internet,"
The issue with such a tool is that it is likely to be counter-intuitive, ie. most staff are likely to claim 100\% utilisation which is understandable.
Nevertheless, uncertainties remain regarding several important aspects including impact on patient quality of life, impact of surgeon experience on outcome, late complications leading to reoperation, duration of comorbidity remission, and resource utilisation.
The performance of US labour markets also looks quite strong when assessed in terms of hours worked per capita, a more comprehensive measure of “labour utilisation” than the employment rate.
On the granite walls, overlapping graffiti tell of the utilisation of this space by both local youths and migrants, knitting their concerns together in an explosion of scraggly technicolour.
The higher aircraft utilisation (an average of 11.5 hours per plane everyday) and quicker turnaround time (about 30 minutes) has impressed industry veterans like Saroj Datta, executive director of Jet Airways.