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Synonyms for capacity

physical, mental, financial, or legal power to perform

the ability or power to seize or attain

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capability to perform or produce

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the susceptibility of something to a particular treatment

the amount that can be contained

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the maximum production possible

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a specified function

(computer science) the amount of information (in bytes) that can be stored on a disk drive

an electrical phenomenon whereby an electric charge is stored

the power to learn or retain knowledge

tolerance for alcohol

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The report also states that the three highest planned and announced global polyethylene capacity addition plants in the outlook period are Bharat Petroleum Corporation Rasayani Polyethylene plant in India, Far East Petrochemical Company Nakhodka Polyethylene plant in Russia, and HPCL Rajasthan Refinery Pachpadra Polyethylene plant (Swing) in India with capacities of 1.50 mtpa, 0.88 mtpa and 0.83 mtpa, respectively.
Designated use breaks down a prison system into multiple capacities, which is crucial to understanding prison capacity.
aNewa capacities (built since 2008) will also have regulated tariffs, which will be calculated individually by the regulator for each investment project, on the basis of its expected economic life and regulatory WACC.
Modern enterprises consist of a complex structure of processes, activities and operations, which usually possess separate capacities. A company's products usually consume the capacity of the business's activities in different portions, dramatically complicating capacity measurement.
Standard features: Three shot capacities per model, Xtreem controls Direct-acting pancake cylinder on clamp reduces platen deflection 50%.
During this time, markets were characterized by surplus capacities in all areas.
Even the earliest of these historic subsystems were capable of access times of less than 10 seconds and capacities of more than 100GB.
With its 2.0 release, Pathlight VX becomes the first open system backup product to combine the capacity and characteristics of disk and tape in a single, unified system, using advanced policy-based data management technology to provide total system capacities of nearly 3,000 terabytes.
Today, tissue paper machines are relatively small--about 55% of installed tissue machines (a total of 206) have capacities below 25,000 metric tons/yr (average 9000 metric tons/yr).
In an effort to understand the leading edge of change, one should look at key issues affecting recovered paper trade, including: the shipping industry's capacity problems; new regulatory concerns; European and intra-Asian exports; and new mill capacities in China and Europe.
"Development organizations are not research facilities; it's not their mission to facilitate research capacities," says Hrynkow.
Dimensions: 200 and 265 cu ft work capacities (depending on system).
A conceptual framework for developing functional assessments will be presented that will provide an approach to assist rehabilitation professionals in evaluating information that many state laws now require in court hearings to establish decision making capacities among persons with disabilities.