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operate

As it relates to an aircraft, it means to fly or use the aircraft, or to cause or permit the aircraft to fly, be used, or be in any place, whether or not the person is present with the aircraft. Operator has a corresponding meaning.
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After the proposed merger, BB&T would operate the fifth largest depository institution in the market, controlling deposits of $63.
The baghouse's tube sheet pressure differential operates in the range of 3-5 water column in.
It plans to operate 20 domestic sectors a day with its two leased 737-400s.
The Memphis and Milwaukee flights will be operated by Air Wisconsin and Shuttle America will operate the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton service.
1 was a valid clause, the court held that Hess breach of the covenant to operate continuously would entitle Western to money damages.
After the termination notices announced today become effective, Sunrise will continue to operate seven senior living communities with 1,842 living units for Five Star.
The agreement to lease is conditioned upon Five Star's obtaining all health regulatory approvals required to operate the hospitals.
With the exception of the South Suburban Chicago Region (SSCR), each of SSFHS' four operating regions operate profitably without any one region accounting for more than one-third of system revenues.
Headquartered in Fresno, California, CMC operates a full-service health care system with four hospitals (831 staffed beds), one long-term care facility, and other related entities.
FAU operates seven campuses and is one of 11 institutions of public higher education in the State University System of Florida (currently rated 'AA' by Fitch).