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Military at ease
a. (of a standing soldier, etc.) in a relaxed position with the feet apart and hands linked behind the back
b. a command to adopt such a position

ease

A curve at the lower end of a handrail, where it meets the newel post that supports the handrail.

Ease

General purpose parallel programming language, combining the process constructs of CSP and the distributed data structures of Linda. "Programming with Ease: Semiotic Definition of the Language", S.E. Zenith, <zenith-steven@yale.edu> Yale U TR-809, Jul 1990.
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It is still easer to see the conflict between cultural and political criteria in defining a region and, in practice, the predominance of politics in the context of the EU, more specially of the Schengen zone.
Robison (Agriculture, Food, and Resource Economics, Michigan State University) and Ritchie (international relations, Michigan State University) use the Social Capital Paradigm to explain why social relationships matter and how to manage them in ways that make it easer to achieve economic, political, and social objectives.
Under that umbrella, it can be making it easer to do business here, more affordable to do business here, and that will, in turn, bring more business in.
Saji Mathew, SVP & chief information officer for Corporate Information Technology, EZW commenting on the initiative said: "The online licence renewal service is a two-way traffic easer as it helps customers carry out the transaction without visiting our counters while at the same time improving Jafza's administrative efficiency.
Presenting the information as shown in Figure 2 make the variability appear smaller that what it is, but it was far easer for mill personnel to interpret than the same information (multiple charges averaged) presented in a format like Figure 1.
They have lighter weight, environment-friendly and require easer maintenance.
Relieved from the day-to-day responsibilities of parenting, we find it easer to give focused, loving attention to our grandchildren as we overlook some of the bad behavior.
Viewpoint is a great tool that gives us a view of our bandwidth trending, shows us whether we need to address it, and makes it easer to communicate issues with management.
Participant 2: "It's much easer if you do have somebody in confidence and that they trust you.
Operational simplicity, cleaner reaction, easer work-up and are environmentally co-friendly reactions compared to other methods.
After all, as Healy aptly notes, "Organizations are easer to change than baseline death rates, the entire healthcare system, or the cultural traditions of a whole country.