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resource

 [re´sors]
a person or group of persons serving as an available support and source of aid because of intellectual or personal capabilities.

resource

The components of a system–eg, equipment, space, and labor, available to perform a task Managed care The source of financial support–eg, insurance, personal income

resource

(rē′sors″, rē-sors′) [Fr. ressourse, relief, resource]
1. An asset, valuable commodity, or service.
2. Anything, e.g., medical supplies, held in reserve.

renewable resource

Any material that replenishes itself, grows naturally in the environment, or is constant, e.g., vegetable matter and wood, solar radiation, wave action, or wind.

resource

  1. any potential product of an area.
  2. a food supply.

Patient discussion about resource

Q. What resources are available in Seattle, Washington to help with an autistic child?

A. i miss Seattle... here is a link to "Autism Spectrum Treatment and Research (ASTAR) Center". a well know establishment:

http://www.astarcenter.org/

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The resource provider controls the recipient organization and specifies an unaffiliated beneficiary.
Water is the life-blood for these countries and effective shared management of this resource is essential for sustainability.
Additionally, budgetary policies may require that a particular resource be used instead of another merely because of the cost.
The RPA Program goes further to emphasize research on how the options available to resource managers can be expanded through finding greater compatibility between various resource uses.
Other fields of note and their functions are general subject categories (for example, biological, agricultural, and medical sciences); created at; created by; modified by; last modified by; access restrictions; restricted to; publisher; audience levels; resource types; language; coverage begin; and coverage end.
Any types of failure impacts only a smaller portion of a total application or business process (rather than an entire application failure), and through application virtualization's failover capabilities the individual piece of work is automatically redirected to another resource, virtually eliminating any real impact to the business.
This can spur a cycle of resource degradation and conflict.
For example, Findley said when he first took a look at Resource Marketing for the WebTrust engagement, he found the company had little trouble with transaction integrity and privacy.
NISSAT supported and sponsored development of library networks in India in order to use information technology in libraries and also to promote resource sharing.
This virtual crime world demands cooperation and sharing of resources among agencies: ".
It not only provides transparency about the subsidies provided to poor people--the value is clear from the pricing system--but it also leaves intact the system of price signals that accurately reflect the scarcity of the resource.
Note: If you'd like, you may use the same resource card that you used in prior rounds.