use for

use someone or something for something

to make use of someone or something for a specific purpose. Would you please use Don for your errands? You can use my car for the trip.
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Other encryption algorithms have been in use for years and include Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) for Internet transactions, Pretty Good Privacy (PGP), and Secure Hypertext Transfer Protocol (S-HTTP).
It has a historical use for enlarged spleen (a mass of lymphatic tissue), prostate conditions, and cough.
By the way, PermaCem is a great "sister" automix product to TempoCem, which I use for final cementation of the finished crown or bridge.
280F-6T(e)(3), the taxpayer must also document dates of use, the amount of use for business purposes and for investment purposes and the total use of the property for the tax period.
280F-6T(d)(3)(iv), 100% of L's use is business use for Sec.
Interestingly, firms with fewer than five years under current ownership and those with more than twenty-five years reported the identical incidence of use for financial management services.
Liquids (the most common form) will probably continue in use for a while longer, though some suppliers estimate that complete cadmium stabilizer elimination will come within the next five years.
Reclaim rubber The process of reclaiming rubber by chemical digestion has been in use for over 100 years.
The established weight of this sand then could be stored as a value for later use for the same or similar sand fill and compaction cycles after testing confirmed the value in actual production.
The ERS appears to be the most promising instrument that ILCs could use for CSE.
For example, temporal accuracy would reflect how well using a single-year crop map would reflect proximity to pesticide use for exposure assessment of a particular disease outcome.
Various shared file systems have been in use for more than fifteen years.