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setup

1. n. a place to live. This is a pretty nice setup. What’s the rent?
2. n. a scheme; a plot. (Underworld.) I got a good little setup for earning some money.
3. n. a person who is set up for some swindle; a mark. (Underworld.) The setup got wise at the last minute.
4. n. a glass with ice for an alcoholic beverage. (Usually plural.) Can we have a couple of setups brought to our room, please?
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The photograph above exemplifies a good method for reducing setup time.
If customer P&L reporting is not performed by the company and there are material customer-driven setup costs that are unequally distributed between products, there will be product-cost subsidies.
B) the features which are included in the previous setup are deleted from all other eligible groups.
Management can make improved product mix and lot-sizing decisions when informed of the opportunity cost of setup activity due to product changeovers in the current or projected production schedule.
If a setup person is handling these activities, the machine operator can concentrate on filling molds and compacting for maximum quality.
All Wyse X terminals highlight ergonomic features such as flicker-free displays and graphics-based setup menu, and outstanding price/perfomance.
Among the site's expanded features, Famster now offers an interactive Setup Wizard so new users can jump into creating their own customized site quickly and easily.
This setup also is complex and may require a consultant.
1 were also assured to be little even in the single resonator setup.
07 ERA and recently lost his setup job to Matt Herges.
Injection molding setup involves a number of conditions that interact with certain characteristics of the rubber stock.
Wi-Fi Protected Setup eliminates this obstacle, allowing consumers to protect their wireless communications with a simple push of a button.
Quick setup for machine tools is the subject of a free 12-pg brochure just published by Hitachi Seiki USA.
TODAY'S MINIMUM STANDARD computer setup is a 400-megahertz Pentium III with 128 megabytes of RAM; a 5-gigabyte hard drive and CD-ROM and Zip drives; a 17-inch monitor screen; Internet access; a network (even in a small office); an automated and reliable backup system: a CD-ROM recorder; and an uninterrupted power supply.