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advantage

A benefit, a favourable condition.
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SWALEC's energy efficiency manager Stephen Millward said: "I would urge anyone interested in taking advantage of the offer to get in touch.
Taking advantage of utility load reduction programs is easy, no stacks of paperwork and no extensive evaluations to muddle through.
As a result, enterprises, government end users and independent software vendors can maintain their existing legacy applications on the OpenVMS platform while taking advantage of the innovative technologies offered by Acucorp.
Find out if these rates are offered at your client's bank and whether your client is taking advantage of these rates.
Broadband is fueling the development of new applications that consumers clearly are taking advantage of--something not possible with dial-up connections," says Byron Smith, executive VP of consumer broadband services and chief marketing officer.
Taking advantage of an alignment of Earth, Pluto and Charon that occurs for a few years each century, Binzel viewed several eclipses from 1985 through 1990, using telescopes at McDonald Observatory near Fort Davis, Texas.
Most SCGA Golf Club visitors will be going through on-the-job training in getting their local knowledge, many of them taking advantage of the discount rate the Southern California Golf Association gives members who make the trip to this once-rural but now rapidly developing area.
We congratulate Annemarie along with all Chase customers for taking advantage of the Million Dollar Serve sweepstakes," said John Quinn, head of Retail Banking in the Tri-state area for Chase.
But in the third quarter, Dorsey showed why it's the second seed, taking advantage of Granada Hills miscues to score 21 points and going on to defeat the visiting Highlanders 33-15 Wednesday in the City quarterfinals.
Now she is taking advantage of the 50 gallons of biofuel a month WVV offers to its employees at no cost and can fill up at the winery.
While the recent retail upswing is primarily due to declining rental rates, the combination of reduced rents and a wide array of available retail space has attracted numerous retailers to New York, many of whom are taking advantage of current conditions to lease multiple locations.
Companies that prefer budget certainty may decide to lock in a price today, but they preclude themselves from taking advantage of lower market prices that may occur in the future.