auxiliary operation


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Noun1.auxiliary operation - a operation performed by off-line equipment not under the control of the central processing unit
operation - (computer science) data processing in which the result is completely specified by a rule (especially the processing that results from a single instruction); "it can perform millions of operations per second"
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Auxiliary operation is provided through Kobelco's Independent Total Control System (ITCS), which uses hydraulic controls for smooth, precise response of the boom, arm, bucket and swing.
On pieces of paper found on one of the men washed up in Fukui Prefecture last month were scribbled messages saying, ''Our boat belongs to an auxiliary operation of the North Korean military'' and ''We began drifting at sea due to engine trouble.'' The Japanese Red Cross Society, responding to a request from North Korea, is working to repatriate the bodies after North Korea's Red Cross Society confirms their nationality.
Thiele is speaking primarily about material handling, but his comments are true for every stage of auxiliary operation, from resin selection and conveying to drying, blending and reclaim.
Figora also manages a portfolio of business services, including procurement and payment services and auxiliary operations.
Revenues from its auxiliary operations, ranging from fees on seat selection, sale from merchandise, food and beverage as well as travel insurance also helped in the "covering the uptick in fuel cost," she added.
In fiscal 2017, about 27.6% of operating revenues came from the state, 39.5% from student revenues (including auxiliary operations), and 21% from government scholarships and loans.

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