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To begin to be utilized. When will this ship come into service? These repairs are taking much longer than anticipated.
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come into service

to begin to be used; to begin to operate and function as designed. When did this elevator. come into service? I think that this machine came into service during World War II.
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THE Navy's largest ever warship got its first crew member yesterday - eight years before it comes into service.
Until the first of two new carriers comes into service in 2020, the Navy will not be a "full spectrum" force and will be unable to mount operations like the 2000 intervention in Sierra Leone without US or French help.
A council spokesman said: "It has been decided to allow drivers to become accustomed to the restrictions on Edge Lane before the new network at Hall Lane comes into service.
SES Astra, an SES company (Paris:SESG) (LuxX:SESG) today announced that it will be expanding its satellite based broadband service, ASTRA2Connect, to the Middle East when its ASTRA 3B satellite (which is due to launch in 2010) comes into service, positioned at 23.
HAS anyone else noticed the small print for the new over 60s travel pass that comes into service in April.
David Potts has created a busy, publike set that never comes into service.
The new ferry, which comes into service in 2007, will replace the 29-year-old Shieldsman used as a replacement when the Pride of the Tyne is undergoing repairs.
ON TRACK The new Voyager train from Virgin comes into service in September.
The 1,968-passenger vessel will be delivered to Cunard in January 2005, one year after the Queen Mary 2 comes into service.
SIA, which has a planned capacity of 30 million, will be in operation in 2007 when the A380 comes into service.
The Helpline number, which comes into service on October 2, is 0121 378 6203 and will be available on Mondays.
1957 - Britain's radio-telescope at Jodrell Bank comes into service.
While there is tremendous interest in network computers, the technology is in its infancy and the standards are still very fluid, which is where a product such as MultiView Mascot comes into service.
Service bosses are keen to ensure that Sunderland's crew have plenty of experience on the new boat before its comes into service and training has started at Hartlepool Marina.
Singapore Airlines is expected to be the first carrier to use the new 555-seat jet when it comes into service in 2006 but other launch customers including Qantas,Malaysia Airlines,Emirates and Virgin Atlantic also want to use the A380 on routes to and from London.