systematic support

systematic support

[‚sis·tə′mad·ik sə′pȯrt]
(mining engineering)
The regular setting of timber or steel supports at fixed intervals irrespective of the condition of the roof and sides.
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Samsung scrapped its systematic support for its tennis team and the team was disbanded ?
H as suitable technologies, systematic support and the time line for implementation including the phasing of implementation and vehicle class restrictions over the medium term (1 to 10years).
Education is the future of Europe and the future for the world, so any systematic support like what ERASMUS+ provides can only bring good to the societies of the world.
The commander said that large quantities of modern spare parts which are supposed to be possessed exclusively by regular armies were found, which shows the scale of the direct and systematic support provided to Daesh terrorists by regional and international states.
There should also be a fertile environment aiming to provide coordinated and arranged systematic support for the Iraqi government.
The letter criticized the "public and systematic support provided by the kingdom of Jordan to terrorist groups, increasing the suffering of Syria's citizens because of crimes committed by these groups".
There is no indication of widespread or systematic support for or accommodation of IS in Afghanistan," the report said.
Korea Medical Holdings, a joint public-private corporation founded to support healthcare service export, will receive systematic support covering from service product development to export.
Whilst acknowledging the systematic support and encouragement provided by a wide range of 12-Steps groups, the book makes a strong case against the value of the disease concept of addiction.
In 2011, Trotter brought together the policy makers who could pass Act 909, which provided statewide, systematic support services for sickle cell consumers in Arkansas.
Fragile clinics: There is high staff turnover, significant problems with procurement, an isolated work environment and lack of on-site clinical and systematic support.
Speaking at the Science Media Centre, Sir John said: "I believe our academies share a responsibility to oversee, influence and ensure that there is systematic support for the full cycle of research and development from scientific discovery, through application research and development, industrialisation and commercialisation.

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