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task

noun A job, duty or act.

verb To perform a job, duty or act.
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Shareholders' Equity $121,281 $104,766 COMPUTER TASK GROUP, INCORPORATED Consolidated Statement of Income (amounts in thousands except per share data) For the Quarter Ended For the Year Ended Dec 31, Dec 31, Dec 31, Dec 31, 1996 1995 Change 1996 1995 Change Total Revenue $94,341 $86,959 8.
Equipment, Net 15,060 Other Liabilities 10,567 Other Assets 7,819 Shareholders' Equity 64,636 Total Liabilities and Total Assets $ 108,776 Shareholders' Equity $108,776 COMPUTER TASK GROUP, INCORPORATED Consolidated Statement of Income (unaudited, amounts in thousands except per share data) For the Quarter Ended For the Six Months Ended June 28, June 30, June 28, June 30, 1996 1995 Change 1996 1995 Change Total Revenue $91,320 $84,613 7.
As mobile devices take over more computer tasks, our dependence grows proportionately.
If Labour wins the next election, anyone out of work and claiming benefits for more than six weeks will get a basic skills test to see if they can read, write, speak English and do simple computer tasks like sending emails.
Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary Rachel Reeves will announce that anyone out of work for more than six weeks will be assessed by the job centre to see if they can read, write, speak English and do basic computer tasks.
In the first part of the study, 120 men and 120 women were tested on how well they can switch rapidly between two simple computer tasks.
In the first stage of the study, scientists measured response time of 120 men and 120 women when they were asked to switch quickly between two simple computer tasks, the Mirror reported.
The A+ certification confirms a technician's ability to perform computer tasks such as installation, configuration, diagnosing, preventive maintenance, and security.
A Cornel] University study on cellphone conversations, in which people can only hear half of a dialogue (dubbed "halfalogues"), showed that performance on two computer tasks decreased significantly" after subjects overheard halfalogues.
As part of the 2009 science test, the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) administered two types of innovative science tasks that invited students to put their science knowledge into practice: hands-on tasks (HOTs) and interactive computer tasks (ICTs).

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