common use

common use

Services, materiel, or facilities provided by a Department of Defense agency or a Military Department on a common basis for two or more Department of Defense agencies, elements, or other organizations as directed.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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“Is it wildness,” returned the Judge earnestly, “to condemn a practice which devotes these jewels of the forest, these precious gifts of nature, these mines of corn- I fort and wealth, to the common uses of a fireplace?
The most common use for a computer at work in September 2001 was to access the Internet or to use Email.
Some common uses of polypropylene include good barrier properties and its high strength, good surface finish and low cost make polypropylene ideal for several packaging applications.
Other common uses include lifting applications such as crane scales, and medical applications such a patient hoist.
Common uses for short codes include sending product information to subscribers, allowing wireless subscribers to participate in text to win contests, and giving nonprofits or charities the opportunity to receive donations via text messages.
Using robots to make deliveries outside on city streets will be much more challenging than most current common uses, such as moving items around in warehouses, hospitals and hotels that are well-lit and have level floors, said Dan Kara, vice president of robotics at WTWH Media.
The most common uses for rope access include structure inspections, surveying, maintenance of buildings, construction of bridges, industrial chimneys, stadiums constructions, cleaning of high-rise buildings etc.
The study identified that the most common uses for robotics in warehousing operations include tasks like receiving and putting away inventory.
Common uses include headaches, period pains, colds and flu, sprains and strains, and long-term conditions, such as arthritis.
Of the most common uses of the 92 drugs registered in expanded access programs between September 1996 and June 2017, half were used for treating cancer; 16 for metabolic, endocrine, and genetic diseases; and 14 for infectious diseases.
Drugs are categorized according to pharmacological activity and mechanism of action rather than categories based on most common uses in order to reflect the real-life practice of off-label prescribing for uses such as weight loss, smoking cessation, ADHD, and addiction to street drugs.
Enhancing customer experience and development of new products were the joint second most common uses, with 31 percent of respondents listing each issue.

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