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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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Use of male condoms appears to reduce the risk of HPV transmission from men to women, the researchers conclude; however, they note that the study's findings may not apply to older women or to women of lower socioeconomic status (proxied by lack of college education).
Whether you go the more traditional route of the plastic pattern--SLA, SLS or FDM--or use an alternative method, carefully consider the capabilities of each before going in rapid fire.
Edgar: We should probably learn how to use [computers] because it would be very helpful.
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
In other Code sections and in regulations that use similar language, deciding "predominant" means defining a common denominator and then measuring relative size.
In another case, use of modified wet end starch in place of synthetic polymer as an emulsifier for the reactive alkaline size eliminated deposits on paper machine elements, increasing productivity.
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.
Several major coffee and tea companies use supercritical C[O.
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.
These states were selected based on their level of use and generated supply of RCA and to obtain a cross-section of the country.
Since we don't use tray setups, the real problem was in locating everything I needed.
According to The Myth of the Paperless Office, a company's use of e-mail causes an average 40 percent increase in paper consumption.
NET and WebSphere has to do with the skills and timing of a company's developers, what systems they currently use, plus the complexity of the application and personal taste.
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.