auxiliary operation


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a operation performed by off-line equipment not under the control of the central processing unit

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Therefore, the major revenue variables are state appropriations from the legislature, tuition revenue based on enrollment, contracts and grants, auxiliary operations, and other.
Invitation to tender: works on the assembly and dismantling of scaffolding and auxiliary operations during the overhaul of unit
The UO would borrow the money from reserves maintained by auxiliary operations such as housing.
The achievement demonstrates a high degree of proficiency and advanced knowledge in all areas of auxiliary operations and administration, including seamanship, navigation, communications, search and rescue, patrols and weather.
The standard unit is also designed with field proven pipe handling with remote hydraulic crane, adjustable torque limiter for rotary and makeup force, adjustable force limiter for thrust and pullback, rear downrigger-style hydraulic thrust stabilizer, a wrench/clamp that can be repositioned within 60 inches for convenient makeup and breakout, and independent controls and hydraulic circuits for thrust/pullback torque and auxiliary operations permits simultaneous full power usage.
For rated private colleges and universities, auxiliary operations can bring in up to 15% of total revenues, and even more for public institutions.
It really puts a heavy emphasis on our need to meet students' needs," says Cam Schauf, director of Campus Dining Services and Auxiliary Operations.
The compact design leaves room in three directions to coordinate additional automated auxiliary operations.
Almost $100 million of the budget came from auxiliary operations, which include entertainment and sporting events, housing and food services, the student health center, and publishing enterprises.
Also, a large portion of the total budget for higher education is from auxiliary operations such as student housing or from federal funds for research and a variety of special programs, which are not tied to the general operating budget.
These factors are offset by negative financial performance in 1997 and recent deficits in auxiliary operations.
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