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ex·port

 (ĭk-spôrt′, ĕk′spôrt′)
v. ex·port·ed, ex·port·ing, ex·ports
v.tr.
1. To send or transport (a commodity, for example) abroad, especially for trade or sale.
2. To cause the spread of (an idea, for example) in another part of the world; transmit.
3. Computers
a. To send (data) from one program to another: "You'll need to export your spreadsheet file into a desktop publishing program" (Jon Pepper).
b. To use an application to store (data) on disk, usually for use by another program.
v.intr.
To send or transport abroad merchandise, especially for sale or trade.
n. (ĕk′spôrt′)
Exportation.

[Middle English exsport, from Latin exportāre : ex-, ex- + portāre, to carry; see per- in Indo-European roots.]

ex·port′a·bil′i·ty n.
ex·port′a·ble adj.
ex·port′er n.
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The Defence Procurement, Research, Technology & Exportability (DPRTE) 2018 exhibition, at Cardiff's Motorpoint Arena on March 27, will provide businesses with an opportunity to capitalise on the UK Government's target that 25% of defence procurement spending goes to SMEs.
However, any raw material subjected to RD, which is pointed out by Karachi Chamber, will certainly be taken into consideration and immediately withdrawn so that the cost of production, competitiveness and exportability of industries are not affected', he added while speaking at a meeting during his visit to the Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
He said the import of raw material subjected to RD will certainly be taken into consideration and immediately withdrawn so that the cost of production, competitiveness and exportability of industries are not affected.
The court heard the incident occurred on March 28 when the Defence Procurement, Research, Technology and Exportability event was taking place at the Motorpoint Arena.
Fungi damage a wide variety of California crops, resulting in yield- and quality-related losses, reduced exportability, and increased fungicide expenditures (Palm 2001).
By harmonising Australias regulatory regime with overseas best practice, we can boost the exportability of our managed funds and increase competition and product choice for Australian consumers.
Nordic Energy Research, a platform for cooperative energy research and policy development under the auspices of Nordic Council of Ministers, will look for the most effective solutions that would help the Baltic States attain their energy and climate policy targets, the institute's director Hans Jorgen Koch said at the conference "Nordic-Baltic Energy Perspectives--Climate Change, Energy Security and Exportability of Energy Solutions.
The process was streamlined to demonstrate its exportability to other MHP clinics, including branch health clinics.
Although there are DoD offices in charge of protecting critical technologies, five customer respondents commented that other disclosure, security, and exportability offices have not fully embraced or understood the PSFD MOU's intent.
One effort underway that holds much promise is the Defense Exportability Features Pilot program intended to incorporate technology protection features into items that have a high-probability of appeal in the international market.
Radio Pakistan quoting official sources said that strategy was aligning to skill development with CPEC projects with focus on agriculture, industry, mining, and exportability of skilled workforce to the regional markets.
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