service grade

service grade

adjective Referring to a non-consultant career-grade doctor.

noun A non-consultant career-grade doctor or a NCCG post.
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5 Mm Distance From The Top Of Bolt Head Along With M10 Spring Washer To Is:3063/ 94 Type B, Galvanised As Per Is 1573/1986 To Service Grade 2 Of Table 2.
Future of Fire Service Grade II listed building in limbo 5.
It also enables operators to establish minimum and maximum transfer thresholds in a predefined timeframe, with configurable settings for valid transfers, based on subscriber service grade.
Hugh Palmer, DCM special projects coordinator and formerly the DCM coordinator for the PR&PA, field-tested Armscorp's M14 and according to him a sample picked at random from the production line passed all pre-firing functional tests without problems and that there were no malfunctions when actually shooting the service grade model on the range with M80 and M118 ammunition.
Chevron RPM heavy duty motor oils are premium quality, mixed fleet motor oils meeting the performance requirements of all four-stroke gasoline engines and all four-stroke naturally aspirated, turbocharged and supercharged diesel engines calling for the specific service grade and viscosity grade of oil.
BOMCO) have inked a deal for the supply of 12 drill strings in sour service grade (VM105 DP SSE) equipped with VAM Express connections.
But the solution should be simple - the Senior Salaries Review Board should set the MPs' rate at a senior civil service grade and maintain it.
In a bid to shatter the image of an administration obsessed by "spin" a permanent secretary, someone on the most elevated civil service grade, will take charge of the whole Whitehall communications empire.
And the Nats want pay linked to a senior civil service grade.
Tenders are invited for Spring Lock Washer B16 To Specn Is:3063-94 And Material Specn To Is: 4072-75 Amendment-02 Grade-3 Galvanised To Is: 1573-86 To Service Grade No.