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service program

[′sər·vəs ‚prō‚gram]
(computer science)
A computer program that is used in a computer system to support the functioning of the system, such as a librarian or a utility program.
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Although the Summer Food Service Program is not available at William Fremd and James B.
"Sponsors are critical to the success of the Summer Food Service Program."
However, Sytin doled out that the EC Mobile Service Program will also be available at the rest of their dealership network nationwide in the future.
The customer service program has been developed to provide a complete suite of services through the execution of a number of projects.
When enrolling in auto-pay, service programs are offered covering products they purchased including the very devices they are using online to make those purchases--phones, laptops and tablets.
The Extended Service Program will be accomplished through several structural and engineering analyses, applying fatigue and test data that has been accumulated on the Dash 8-300 aircraft.
Evangelidis says he has tripled the Inmate Community Service Program with four work crews out five days a week completing more than 1,000 projects and saving to date more than $5 million countywide, according to the sheriff's department.
The value of the Transition Service Program is incalculable.
Federal funds are granted under the Essential Air Service Program which is designed to maintain a minimal level of scheduled air service to small communities which were previously served by certified air carriers before de-regulation; DOT currently subsidises commuter airlines that serve approximately 140 rural communities across the country.
Perhaps the most vivid example of the service program's impact was at the Ife Oluwa Maternity Clinic and Orphanage in Lagos.
The Bar's LRS will start making referrals in Miami-Dade County beginning October 1, which coincides with the publishing of the new phone books, according to Karen Kelly, director of the Bar's public service programs.
communities receive federally subsidized airline service through the government's Essential Air Service program. Most of the flights are nearly empty, and critics of the program say many routes should be eliminated.

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