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use

(juz)
tv. & in. to use (drugs); to take drugs habitually. (Drugs and now widely known.) I tried to stop using, but I couldn’t.
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In a multivariate analysis, the frequency of condom use did not significantly influence women's risk of developing cervical lesions.
It can be used in conjunction with a CDP hearing to provide immediate relief, while preserving the taxpayer's rights to use a CDP hearing to its tidiest extent.
Variety of particle sizes, including grades fine enough for use as antiblocking agents for films.
Not surprisingly, these students use the Internet at home for primarily social purposes.
As a next-generation rechargeable battery that can be 'used immediately after purchase', and once charged, 'can be used anytime', 'eneloop' can be used in all devices that till date use dry cell batteries.
Key management is the key to the successful use of encryption!
I was using water bottle labels because these were common things that a lot of Pakistani use when they hide the fact that they use a lotah in a public restroom.
With the use of a CCD camera and software algorithm, comparisons can be done automatically, eliminating subjectivity, while keeping the rapid test times and easy sample preparation.
Some of the best aggregates used for highway, bridge and building construction are already in use in our highways and bridges, effective recycling is a means to re-use these materials.
Each is terrific and easy to use. Shaping of the occlusal surface was made easy using the "Duck-Head" instrument (Hu-Friedy) and for the final sheen I used a Pogo (Dentsply) polishing disk.
According to The Myth of the Paperless Office, a company's use of e-mail causes an average 40 percent increase in paper consumption.
WebSphere also allows Allstate to use third-party adapters to integrate with specific applications.
With this shift CPAs must be prepared to justify expenses for the use of such aircraft as a business deduction for their employers or clients.
If organizations that use microfilm for the preservation of information with permanent value will require their in-house filming group and/or service bureau to use the correct (polyester-based) film stock, to follow prescribed filming procedures, and to make tests that confirm that the amount of thiosulfate remaining in the processed film does not exceed the amount specified in the standard, then and only then can they be assured that their film-based images will be retrievable for at least 500 years.