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Synonyms for operative

in effect

in action or full operation

a person who secretly observes others to obtain information

Synonyms for operative

being in force or having or exerting force

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relating to or requiring or amenable to treatment by surgery especially as opposed to medicine

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effective

(of e.g. a machine) performing or capable of performing

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Result: Mean caloric intake on 1st 2nd and 3rd post operative day was 353,438,570 k/cals respectively where as mean protein was 11,11,12 grams on 1st 2nd and 3rd post operative day respectively.
Garnevska et al (2011), researching farmer co- operatives in Northwest China, summarize the success factors: legal environment and government policy, co- operative initiator and leadership, co-operative members, co-operative governance, co-operative management and training and education.
It is the central tenet of my argument that the construction industry's attitude to welfare provision was determined primarily by operative preferences and perceptions which were underpinned by a social subscription to the identity of "site life".
9) When the operative is used in an on-premise location, such as a restaurant, lounge, or club, an undercover officer or agent should take a position inside the establishment to observe the potential sale.
Among other escapades, as one of the agency's more celebrated "cowboy" field operatives, Clarridge guided CIA development of the Nicaraguan contras, became involved in the Iran-contra scandal, and was indicted for lying to Congress, only to be pardoned by President Bush before his case came to trial.
A questionnaire was filled on the spot that included questions about formal teaching and operative notes, either they should be hand written or typed, how operative notes were learned, knowledge about any guideline, counselling about syntax to be avoided in writing, record of swab and instrument count, opinion about possible implications and need of standard national guidelines.
A multi-disciplinary team is established, including the vice president for operative services, the nursing and medical directors of the operating rooms, the director of information systems, the chairs of anesthesia and surgery, a vice president of finance, and the chief medical officer.
Because their time is divided between operative procedures, office visits and possible teaching and or research, any delay in operative time due to the ORT is costly to them.
With more than 200 customers now looking to Operative to meet their digital advertising needs, we are well-poised to become the standard business infrastructure supporting media industry leaders of today and tomorrow.
A high percentage of patients (45 percent after two years) who were randomized to the non-operative group ended up crossing over to receive the operative treatment when the non-operative treatments failed their condition.
That concept leads him to continually strive to provide his patients with the latest operative and non-operative orthopedic treatments.
After a thorough search of ad management and ad serving vendors, we chose Operative as the 'best of breed' provider of quality technology and service expected by a national brand like PBS," said Robert Williams, President of NPBi, "Operative's feature-rich Dashboard will allow PBS.
The Operative Dashboard offers the functionality needed to cover Dow Jones Online's key requirements and it will certainly help us address many of our current challenges.
NEW YORK -- Operative, the leading provider of ad operations software and services to help publishers and agencies increase profitability, today announced that Geoff Petkus, a recognized advertising executive and industry leader, will join the company as Senior Director of Product Management.
The Italian government, once regarded as a key Bush administration ally in the "war on terror," is seeking to prosecute 13 suspected CIA operatives involved in the February 17, 2003 abduction of radical Muslim cleric Hussain Mustafa Omar Nasr in Milan.
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