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*in good shape

 and *in good condition physically and functionally sound and sturdy. (Used for both people and things. *Typically: be ~; get ~; keep ~.)
This car isn't in good shape. I'd like to have one that's in better condition. Mary is in good condition. She exercises and eats right to stay healthy. You have to make an effort to get into good shape.
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Please note: In both linkage diagrams all dimensions/variables are functionally dependent upon one another.
We have come a long way from the days of the Teletypewriter (TTY), but we have not yet realized functionally equivalent communications for the deaf.
Scope: Perform inspection, functionally testing of leak detection systems, provide preventive maintenance for leak detection systems and aboveground storage tanks, repair gasoline and diesel pumps, dispensers, and related equipment and remove, transport, and dispose of waste petroleum products.
This textbook is the first devoted to the subject of geometrically nonlinear response of inhomogeneous isotropic and functionally graded plates and shells, giving students and researchers in the field of mechanical and materials engineering an introduction to the governing equations of FGMs.
In the Los Angeles region, 53 percent of workers ages 16 and older were deemed functionally illiterate, the study said.
CMS introduced the functionally equivalent concept as part of an agency rule on the outpatient prospective payment system (OPPS) that became effective Jan.
Most significantly, the TAM provides that extensive off-site sales of museum-related items do not, per se, taint otherwise functionally related sales.
By establishing these connections, the entry creates a number of functionally coherent urban districts.
More than 27 million Americans over age 17 are functionally illiterate.
com/research/6b15c3/multiscale_multif) has announced the addition of the "Multiscale, Multifunctional and Functionally Graded Materials" report to their offering.
163/06, as amended, carried out using it systems, attached to the agreement for the supply of three years, in a single lot, the system for venous radiofrequency ablation, formed by generator type vnus rfg2 or functionally equivalent, on loan for free, with relative fast closure catheter type or functionally equivalent, and infusion pump for tumescence in free loan, with its consumables, to be allocated to the medical center of wide area.
International Symposium on Multifunctional and Functionally Graded Materials (8th: 2004: Leuven, Belgium) Ed.
Medicare said that Amgen's anemia drug Aranesp was functionally equivalent to Johnson and Johnson's older drug Procrit, and the reimbursement rates dropped.
By fitting chicks with a "minus" lens, Wallman and his colleagues made the animals functionally farsighted; a "plus" lens made chicks functionally myopic.
This suggests that while a "facility" is at least a combination of several assets, it need not be the entire collection of functionally interrelated equipment.