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power used to overcome resistance

the act of limiting or condition of being limited

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The combined approach I have suggested, however, offers additional advantages to a Six Sigma team, especially in dealing with specific system constraints.
Subsoil constraints act to prevent the crop from making full use of potential water and nutrients in the profile, resulting in restricted crop growth, and yield falling short of its water-limited potential.
Pepco and the distribution companies have already conducted technical surveys of the existing distribution network and have identified points of constraints on 132-kilovolt, 66kv and 11kv transformers.
On the special directions of the minister for power, PEPCO and all the DISCOs have assessed and taken technical surveys of their existing distribution network and have identified points of constraints at 132K, 66KV, 11KV distribution transformers.
During the first phase of the model, there are a series of constraints in the decision making process for potential leisure participants.
He was chairing a meeting on power system constraints held at WAPDA House Lahore, said a press released received here on Friday.
He stated this while chairing a meeting on power system constraints held at WAPDA House Lahore, Friday.
an innovative provider of end-to-end timing constraints and clock analysis products announced several options for propagating timing constraints up or down the hierarchy.
Dynamics of the Rigid Solid With General Constraints by a Multibody Approach
All parts of an assembly model are positioned using various geometry constraints so that they are in the correct relative positions and orientations.
Credit constraints for German trade and industry plunged to a new historic low of 14.
When proper constraints are not used, it becomes impossible to get it right the first time.
More, Bury's own use of critical constraints functions as a commentary on how and why we write and talk about books, culture, and ideas.
CMO constraints are not necessarily an unhealthy indicator, but must be balanced against clients' need for access to flexible scheduling, and capacity.
Abstract This paper presents a model of soft budget constraints on firms where refinancing of poor projects is ex post inefficient when viewed in isolation, and analyzes how bank capital regulation affects the softness of firms' budget constraints.
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