commissioned


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commissioned

[kə′mish·ənd]
(navigation)
Pertaining to an aid to navigation which, after it has been constructed, tested, and placed in operation, is declared suitable for use by vessels or crafts.
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Actually, some compressor stations and compressor packages could be commissioned by unqualified personnel.
When Hancher commissioned The Joffrey's Nutcracker in 1987, the staff also organized the auditions for forty-four child dancers and arranged living quarters, rehearsal space, technical support, and even fruit baskets for dozens of professional dancers, choreographers, and Joffrey staff members during seven weeks of rehearsals.
Strictly by coincidence and the rotation of personnel on the watchbills, the entire bridge-watch team, as well as the engineering officer of the watch, were all prior-enlisted commissioned officers.

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