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tr.v. re·used, re·us·ing, re·us·es
To use again, especially after salvaging or special treatment or processing.

re·us′a·bil′i·ty n.
re·us′a·ble adj. & n.
re·use′ (-yo͞os′) n.


the state or quality of being reusable
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Thus I am thinking that very few, if any, of the SpaceX Falcon 9 first stages are going to be re-used for more than 3 or so flights and that SpaceX will therefore not break even on the reusability portion of the equation.
5] offers these paper would be review of software reusability included types of reuse reuse approaches software reuse benefits and problems.
High sensitivity, selectivity and reusability are among the advantages of the sensor.
Last month I discussed the "Nine Degrees of Data Reusability," a measurement scale where each level, or degree, represents one step closer to total data interactivity and reusability within a corporate information system and across different entities (such as business and financial partners, auditors, regulators, etc.
SOA addresses the reusability of both business processes and data.
A major trend in company training settings is to think of reusability in terms of a LMS (learning management system), but instructor use and pedagogies are little considered.
However reusability in code generation is not highlighted in those products.
The building should reflect local culture and context and the design should demonstrate clear principles of sustainability through choice of materials, management of energy and waste, climate modification, reusability.
In addition, the wood is individually hand graded to ensure the highest quality and reusability of the wood.
In this column I will discuss the value of data reusability and describe the stages of transforming your data from an untapped potential resource into a true contributor to the lasting competitiveness of your organization.
xMP de-skills the process of service creation by shielding the user from code level complexities and fully supports reusability by allowing the user to create blocks of call flow logic that can then be packaged up and imported into future applications.