5 million departing passengers a year," or about 20 percent of its normal capacity
refers to a range of production levels expected to be achieved over a number of periods or seasons under normal circumstances.
Also Monday, Honda opened to the press the Saitama plant that has been producing some models since April 11 but is still operating at about half its normal capacity
After the extreme winter weather of last week, Merseyrail services are now expected to return to near normal capacity
during the week between Christmas and New Year.
He said: "For businesses to feel like their orders books are closer to normal capacity
, we need to see a sustained period of strong growth.
151 defines normal capacity
as a range of activity.
He said: "We talk about her in a very normal capacity
Today it was revealed two-thirds of jails are overcrowded, with Shrewsbury running at 179% of normal capacity
, followed by Swansea and Dorchester.
So your heart is functioning at about half of normal capacity
In particular, Caplan's[TM] ability to provide forecasts and what-if scenarios based on both infrastructure and business changes was considered by Butler Group analysts "an extremely useful addition to the normal capacity
planning capability as organizations can understand the residual capacity, and therefore its potential risk, and the impact that any business change has on this resource, and by implication any risk.
The teenager has a hole in her heart - meaning it can pump only a fraction of its normal capacity
Hannah has a hole in her heart, meaning it can only pump a fraction of its normal capacity
The number of prisoners in England and Wales yesterday rose above normal capacity
for the first time.
The Port of Dover was starting to return to normal capacity
following disruption caused by recent stormy weather.
The councillors are accepting commercial waste from elsewhere to increase its landfill income, thus reducing its normal capacity
because of the continuing over-budget spends of social services department.