York use

York´ use`

1.(Eccl.) The one of the three printed uses of England which was followed in the north. It was based on the Sarum use. See Use, n., 6.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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New York uses more than 90 percent of its auction proceeds to support energy efficiency improvements, development and deployment of renewable energy sources, and other greenhouse gas reduction programs.
And the Pool Lounge in New York uses a few dashes of saline in several cocktails, including Cucumber, with cucumber-infused absinthe, lime juice, cane syrup and muddled baby cucumber wheels.
"Open House New York uses buildings, and city itself, to explore ideas and tells stories, all with the goal of creating a more informed conversation about the choices we make about New York's future," says Gregory Wessner, executive director of OHNY.
York uses this frustration to bring out the innate power of perception.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York uses The Story of Inflation, a comic book, to make an argument most Americans would dispute: that we should be thankful when our money loses value.
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World-renowned newspapers breathlessly report that "one former skater in New York uses a Bottega Montana board as his coffee table." Good news travels fast.
York uses networked computers in the office, and cell phones, a laptop and a portable hard drive on the road.
The Bank of New York uses the interface for its BNY SmartSource investment manager product.
Oregon employs a managed care system, while New York uses a fee-for-service approach to deliver these services.
Under the convenience test that New York uses for the allocation of wage income for nonresidents, a nonresident may allocate days worked from home only if it is for the necessity of the employer and not for the convenience of the employee.
New York uses home-based TIAA-CREF (877-697-2837) as its program manager.
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