operational unit


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operational unit

[‚äp·ə′rā·shən·əl ′yü·nət]
(geology)
An arbitrary stratigraphic unit that is distinguished by objective criteria for some practical purpose. Also known as parastratigraphic unit.
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The statement of the operational unit and the UNHCR pointed out that the conflicts in Yemen over the past decade resulted in the displacement of about half a million Yemeni citizens from their homes ,where 13 provinces out of 21 Yemeni provinces were affected directly from internal displacement.
By leaving Renfrew-North (or another similar riding where an operational unit is based) as the declared residence for voting purposes under the special voting rules, this will, over time, add to the numbers on the special voting list.
A staff of IRS employees dedicated to reviewing these surveys will score the quality of the work performed by the operational unit. Employee satisfaction will be measured by a survey in which employees will anonymously provide feedback to IRS management about their work environment, including the adequacy of their training.
This article will explore these questions, beginning with an overview of technical services as a whole, then moving through each of the component operational units. The changing role of the paraprofessional will be considered across the continuum of past, present, and future, culminating in some predictions about the continued relevance and employability of this level of staff.
As the Pacific Fleet was not involved in inter-fleet maneuvers the Russian Navy conducted in the Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea in January, their operational interaction with groups from other fleets as part of the formation of an operational unit in the Mediterranean has been postponed to the summer period, he said.
Her second misconstruction as I see it is to suggest that the scale change in operational unit to 22 units (I have heard other figures .
It must be noted that the closure of the mill is not because of the government but because of PSM's inability to convert the bailout into becoming an operational unit and also its constantly defaulting on payments to SSGCL, which now amounts to approximately Rs 41 billion.
The operational unit of the Ministry of Environment and Water remains on high alert.
The Bulgarian cabinet has created a special operational unit on the ongoing crisis in Syria, stated Vice-PM and Minister of Interior Tsvetlin Yovchev.
With the one-airframe concept, that requirement goes away and the mission-unique training could be accomplished at the operational unit.
A third operational unit, Burdaras Ltd, would look after the investment activities of Eimskip Holding.

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