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resource

[′rē‚sȯrs]
(science and technology)
A reserve source of supply, such as a material or mineral.
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resource

An element of hardware, software or data that is part of a larger system. For example, network resources are the servers, storage arrays and printers. Software resources can be programs, utilities or even smaller elements within a program. Data resources are the files and databases that can be accessed.
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To understand Resource discovery the first thing to understand is the meaning of resource.
Besides, the Company has entered into a master trademark licensing agreement with PKU Resources Group under which the Company and its subsidiaries are licensed to use the trademark of PKU Resources Group in its property development projects.
The resource is situated on a small number of large private landholdings located approximately 60km north east of Perth, and 10km from the town of Wundowie.
When considering both VM utilization and the migration overhead together, it would be ideal to assign the amount of resources necessary for applications on a VM; however, application resource demand may change over time.
International Resource News - 23 November 2009(c)2005 - Electronic News Publishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
Leadership team members--such as the chief business officer, controller, and chief planning officer--make final decisions on resource allocation.
The Plagiarism Plague: A Resource Guide and CD-ROM Tutorials for Educators and Librarians.
The promise of HRIS and human resource outsourcing has been to enable human resource functions to become more strategic and value-adding to the organizations.
Established in 1994, the Joint Group on Pollution Prevention (JG-PP) has been actively fostering cooperation between the DoD Services, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in an effort to leverage valuable resources and identify new channels for implementing promising innovative technologies in response to weapons/space systems environmental compliance issues.
In a press release, Q-Gold states that Ontario Geological Survey reports have indicated the mine may still contain speculative ore reserves of 400,000 tons and 40,000 tons of "proven/provable" ore reserves grading 0.5 ounce of gold per ton; however, these figures are not considered compliant with 43-101 resource estimation standards and are expected to be confirmed via future drilling and sampling.

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