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come into service

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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Ennaceur announced the coming into service of the parliamentary academy in a few weeks, noting that the future programme of this academy has been approved by the HPR Bureau.
It is expected that the contract would be presented by spring 2016, coming into service in late 2016.
Airlines including Emirates, Qantas and Air France operate the 525-seat double decker Airbus which has been plagued by problems since coming into service in 2007.
The company is also the exclusive agent for the sale of rings at the marina of Bizerte of which it will offer 1550 since its coming into service this year.
She is the first of a pair of new ships coming into service for P&O Ferries on the Dover-Calais route this year, with sister ship Spirit of France due for delivery in September.
Showing off the bus at Acton in west London, Mr Johnson said he was looking forward to the first of the buses coming into service in 2012.
Achievements in the first eight months of 2010 also allowed the coming into service of 124 new joint ventures and the realisation of 146 expansion operations by foreign companies settled in Tunisia, as part of development of their activities.
Wifi capability and other facilities for passengers are also being provided A WSR spokesman said: "The new carriages will be coming into service as soon as the refurbishment is completed.
It has invested more than pounds 130m, putting 460 new buses on the road during 2008 and a further 500 are coming into service this year.
Wataniya Airways will have leased four Airbus A320 aircraft in 2009, with three more aircraft coming into service in 2010.
The QE2 is the longest-serving ship in the 168-year history of the Cunard line, and since coming into service has undertaken 25 world cruises, crossed the Atlantic more than 800 times and carried more than 2.
And the total is expected to climb even further in 2008 with ships such as the Queen Victoria - being officially named by the Duchess of Cornwall next month - coming into service.
The delay is blamed on the failure to take key investment decisions, including setting a construction timetable and dates for the ships coming into service and the wrangle with US aircraft suppliers.
Vehicles already in service will be allowed a transition period--until 2010 or 2014--but vehicles coming into service after July 2007 will have to be readily compliant with the new regulations, which also set limits on certain hand-held power tools.
Before coming into service, the oil pipeline must first be filled from August 1 with 245,000 tonnes of "technical petroleum" which Uktransnafta, the company responsible for the management of the Ukraine's oil pipeline network, will buy on credit from TNK-BP for $108 million.