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full capacity

An NHS term of art most often used for a hospital or ward which currently has no available staffed beds in its bed complement to take in new patients.
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About us the vast circular coliseum was packed to its full capacity.
No sign of exertion was apparent, and his haughty confident smile told louder than words that he had in no sense let himself out to his full capacity.
Desalination plants have not yet had to run at full capacity even though rain has been light so far this winter, a water official said on Thursday.
According to sources, masses facing12 hours of load shedding in rural areas of Pakistan, as the National Grid stations has not been generating electricity with its full capacity.
Diana Delali Amaglo, The Public Relations Officer of Sunon-Asogli Power, who confirmed this to the Daily Graphic, said since the new components were fixed, the system had been running effectively, even though it was yet to rim at full capacity of 180MW.
Due to the long wait times at the Lesovo border crossing point, trucks have headed for the Kapitan Andreevo border crossing point where the customs officials are working at full capacity, according to reports of the Bulgarian National Radio.
The conglomerate plans to generate 1,000 megawatt (MW) of electricity by 2017 in Odisha, ramping up to full capacity by 2019, Jha told Reuters.
You should expedite launch of the refinery at full capacity.
Auto Business News-May 20, 2014--Renault-Nissan plans to operate Oragadam plant at full capacity by 2014
Summary: ABU DHABI - The first phase of the world's largest offshore wind farm, London Array, is now complete and at full capacity with the commissioning of the 175th and final turbine.
It will be the second reactor to run at full capacity, following the Oi plant's No.
The block already in operation though not yet in full capacity .