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resource

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

resource

An element of hardware, software or data that is part of a larger system. For example, network resources are the available servers, disk arrays and printers in the network. 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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Applicants can submit projects, programs, or activities that include effective and innovative safety agendas and resourcefully employ various sources of aid including Federal, State, local, and private sector funds.
This includes one of the episodes previewed, where Yoda battles impossible odds, as well as another where a less-familiar Jedi resourcefully stays alive while waiting for young Anakin Skywalker to mount a rescue.
"She's a very smart girl, and she acted very resourcefully," said Mr Rasp.
Hanania further added that this initiative was launched inline with his Majesty King Abdullah II's vision to enhance levels of computer literacy in Jordan, "We are arming our fellow citizens with the skills they need to resourcefully shine in their careers.
Passive environmental control strategies are resourcefully exploited (thermal mass, natural ventilation and light) augmented by more active measures such as the extensive array of photovoltaic panels on the roof garden and the use of geothermal power.
The council in an effort then to stretch its budget, some things never change, was keen to use volunteers and resourcefully obtained the use of a number of vehicles to transport people to and from the centre.
Of particular interest is the methods by which the Welsh resourcefully preserved their culture and heritage despite Anglo-Norman conquest, pestilence, volatile economic fluctuations, and more.
Throughout the work, Safley emphasizes that poor individuals acted resourcefully, and were products neither of a hidebound traditional mentality nor a nascent capitalist rationalism.
Throughout Cradle of Liberty, Caroline Levander resourcefully and deftly demonstrates the ways that the child has been used to focus debates about race and the function of a liberal democracy, from the early national period through the early twentieth century.
After conducting a reliability check, you'll know what to expect out of your existing equipment, which equipment to keep (or dispose off, and how to use existing equipment more resourcefully.
Given the increasing role of computers in education, teachers who teach computer technology, or integrate it into their instruction should concentrate less on the nature of technology and more on how it can be used resourcefully to achieve a wider range of learning outcomes.
Congrats on intelligently, resourcefully, and, yes, humorously delivering the message on the stifling effects of bureaucracy--and the real merits of slicing through red tape....