generating area

generating area

[′jen·ə‚rād·iŋ ‚er·ē·ə]
(computer science)
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Since quality of public service delivery like law enforcement, social development, etc is primarily dependent on revenue collection, declaring Fata a non-revenue generating area may complicate matters.
No wonder, Transport and logistics sector has shown warehouse to be the area of growth with 37.8% companies considering it to be only a growth generating area. On the other sectors have yet not realized the potential of warehouse or data centers and still consider it to be a cost center.
Since both Holiday Inn Denver East and Renaissance Denver Hotel are located in a major demand generating area, they (Urban Commons) are certainly going to benefit from increasing clientele."
All the bins are provided at nearest locations but even the furthest one is within a distance of 100 meters from the waste generating area.
Beyond all the theatrical and relationship-building variables that attract shoppers to the department, the in-store bakery is also a revenue generating area of the store.
Bankruptcy has gone from a back room to the way to get a bank's attention, and, at the same time, has also become a major revenue generating area for the firms.
As councilwoman I would continue to support the downtown redevelopment plan while enacting policies that stimulate and maintain our tax generating areas in both the Northern business district and the Southern Danada areas.
With our quarter-ending securities and other restricted stock position of $90.6 million being above the quarterly average of $75.3 million (and, also, with our gross loans being $17.2 million above the quarterly average for loans), we anticipate even further contribution from these key revenue generating areas to interest income in future periods.