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1. Christianity a distinctive form of liturgical or ritual observance, esp one that is traditional in a Church or group of Churches
2. the enjoyment of property, land, etc., by occupation or by deriving revenue or other benefit from it
3. Law the beneficial enjoyment of property the legal title to which is held by another person as trustee
4. Law an archaic word for trust
5. Philosophy logic linguistics the occurrence of an expression in such a context that it performs its own linguistic function rather than being itself referred to. In "Fido" refers to Fido, the name Fido is used only on the second occurrence, first being mentioned



(pol’zovanie), in law, one of the basic legal rights of a property owner. The right of use consists in the right to the productive or personal use of an object for the satisfaction of one’s needs and interests, depending on the nature of the object, for example, use of property or receipt of income from an object. Limits to use are set by law, contract, or other legal document, such as a will. Use is forbidden if it is detrimental to other individuals (abuse of the right). Legal use may be protected from infringement by various legal means, in particular, by bringing a suit for the elimination of impediments to use.


An early system on the IBM 1130.

[Listed in CACM 2(5):16, May 1959].
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In a second commentary, Harvey and Kitson (7) usefully explore three general themes in the RBV debate: (i) how do we define 'competitive advantage' in healthcare?
Not sure about the baths bit - my mum believed a bath could always be usefully had before the Monday return to school - but Douglas Adams had a point about my childhood when he wrote those words in Life, the Universe and Everything.
In this latter respect particularly, this edition will usefully serve to redress a frequent imbalance ensuing from the absence hitherto of such an edition: undergraduates of French Renaissance programmes are usually acquainted with Marguerite de Navarre but not with de Crenne.
Providing its readers with an invaluable approach to the proper application of system testing and developer-led testing, understanding the software's user, reduction of system-test costs, and increase of productivity by methodical technique and tool utilization, management of the "end game" of software developmental effectiveness, and institution of comprehensive measurement programming, System Testing With An Attitude is a superbly presented, "user-friendly" collection of accessibly helpful, usefully practical, readily applicable information.
With preoccupations borne from her 1994 Cardiff Bay Opera House proposals, Phaeno serves as a critique of the Modern Movement's use of the ground plane, which in Hadid's view failed to usefully regenerate land liberated by pilotis.
For example, Weedon could have usefully addressed very current research where orbital versus radiometric time-scale estimations are dramatically at odds and remain unresolved.
While "Short Century" included art from the '40s onward, usefully glossing African modernism in its concern to create a genealogy for contemporary work, the present survey of living artists takes a further step toward establishing once and for all the validity of contemporary African art.
Noting the implications for infant health, the investigators conclude, "Public health efforts to reduce the incidence of low birth weight might usefully target women experiencing such underemployment events for special preventive interventions.
Even if they have forgotten the more justified anguish that led to the EU's creation, its leaders might usefully reflect now on why they are members of the EU, and what they need to do with their own electorates if they believe it is worth preserving.
It might even be something the West Midlands Regional Assembly could usefully do.
You say in your letter that you bought the car on finance, which usefully gives you more consumer protection than if you'd paid cash.
It also offers a usefully unsettling glimpse of the prevailing priorities in our increasingly nationalized penal system.