function


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work

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act

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the proper activity of a person or thing

a large or important social gathering

to react in a specified way

to perform a function effectively

to perform the duties of another

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(mathematics) a mathematical relation such that each element of a given set (the domain of the function) is associated with an element of another set (the range of the function)

what something is used for

the actions and activities assigned to or required or expected of a person or group

a relation such that one thing is dependent on another

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a formal or official social gathering or ceremony

perform as expected when applied

serve a purpose, role, or function

perform duties attached to a particular office or place or function

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The burden of defending the designation of a function as essential falls upon the employer.
A primary justification for this approach is that shared expression often implies shared function (38,43).
The other strategy, by contrast, seeks to maintain wholesaler formula overrides, with less emphasis on significantly reducing the cost of the wholesale distribution function.
You're exhausted but can't sleep, and you can't function.
In other words, the fact that they could function is no more than an incidental, one might almost say ornamental, detail.
Under each business function will be sub-functional areas for retention purposes.
527(e)(2) defines "exempt function" as the function of influencing or attempting to influence the selection, nomination, election or appointment of any individual to any Federal, state or local public office or office in a political organization, or the election of Presidential or Vice-presidential electors.
In males with complete spinal cord injuries and upper motor neuron injuries affecting their sacral segments, there is a loss of psychogenic[1] erectile function in conjunction with maintenance of reflex[1] erectile functions (Bors & Comarr, 1960).
Nor did it help the communication function address its future role in a changing organization.
In an analysis of the lung function of 477 Arizona men and women, those who quit smoking and then restarted showed steeper declines in lung function than did regular smokers, ex-smokers and those who had never smoked.
However, in many applications it may be more plausible to consider the marginal revenue function derived from the Marshallian or ordinary demand function.
Miles recognized that proper analysis of an item's function often lead to the application of performance improving, cost saving alternative materials and manufacturing methods.
The Deliberatif accommodates the political functions -- two council chambers, a function room and a club -- while administrative functions are housed in the rest of the building, known, appropriately enough, as the Administratif.
The function of the VOR is to provide an equal but opposite movement of the eyes to the head so that one maintains a stable retinal image.
The core and balance model also suggests that families who participate in relatively equal amounts of both core and balance family leisure are likely to function better than families who participate in very high or very low amounts of one category or the other (Freeman & Zabriskie 2003).