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that to which one turns for help when in desperation

the ability and the means to meet situations effectively

all things, such as money, property, or goods, having economic value

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Suppose the United States disposes of its surplus to a country with undeveloped resources like, say, Brazil.
It means that the resources of Brazil are being developed.
But by the very process of unloading the surpluses, the resources of those countries are in turn developed.
We agreed, also, that the effect of unloading this surplus on another country would be to develop the resources of that country, and that in a short time that country would have an unconsumed surplus.
Resource sharing is one of the primary functions of the libraries, which has enabled them to provide increased access to information for their users.
priority, service level, resource requirements, exception handling) with resource coordination (e.
Before earning the seal, Resource Marketing had to examine its marketing strategy and consider ways to encourage customers to do business online.
As the amount of a resource in possession increases, potential power in that resource is acquired.
This leads to an externality: the use of a resource or product by one person can affect others without their permission.
Issued in June 1999, it establishes accounting standards for transactions in which a donor (the resource provider) makes a contribution by transferring assets to an NPO or charitable trust (the recipient organization), which accepts those assets and agrees to use them on behalf of an entity the donor specifies (the beneficiary) or to transfer the assets--plus any investment returns--to that entity.
Traditionally, it has been the task of the water resource professionals to apply techniques of systems analysis to this type of maldistribution problem and to identify ways to overcome the maldistribution of water and to mitigate, correct, and provide the resource on an as needed basis.
This article examines some of the ways in which rehabilitation professionals can meet the demands of the coming era and can conceptualize their own knowledge, skills, and values about timely resource utilization to allow them to provide future rehabilitation services in an orderly, individually-tailored fashion for maximum benefit.
The 1990 RPA Program takes a different tack, reexamining the current roles of the Forest Service programs in light of current resource data and major policy issues.
Companies must not only develop a strategic marketing mix that will be most effective for their brands but also be prepared to back the chosen promotional activities with sufficient resources.
For example, the number of subject and keyword terms applied in expert-created records that describe resource themes are much more numerous than in standard library catalogs.