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u·til·i·ty

(yū-til'i-tē),
In biomedical ethics and clinical decision analysis, the satisfaction or economic advantage gained from the outcome that results from a particular decision.
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The UTE route: From the Royal Mile, the route heads into Holyrood Park and then on to Radical Road, passing the Commonwealth Pool and then to the Innocent Railway Tunnel.
Ute added the two friends are curious about each other's worlds and although well-known for being friendly, dolphins are as keen to learn about the human world as she is to better understand theirs.
Chiyoda Ute stock closed at 290 yen per share on the Jasdaq market on Feb.
The Omega Ute has the highest ride height and greatest payload potential of 794kg, which decreases as you go up into the sportier Ute range (the bigger the wheel and tyre combination, the smaller the tare weight capacity).
For Ute it was not only her love of horses, but also her personal connection to an aunt with Down's Syndrome and her experience as a teacher who saw children struggle with learning difficulties that inspired her to qualify as a therapist.
My wife shouted to me that the Ute was on fire and the man was still inside, I fetched the fire extinguisher and dashed to the Ute.
The author's respect for her subject fills every page as, using historical documents and with the aid of Chipeta's great great grandson, she traces the life of this now revered leader of the Tabeguache band of Utes.
Another vehicle lineup that's been helpful to the General are its midsize sport utes, including the Chevy TrailBlazer.
A short distance from Colorado's Four Corners border with Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah, Cortez is a dusty town surrounded by pinon-juniper forests, 14,000-foot peaks, and three Indian reservations--Navajo, Southern Ute, and Ute Mountain Ute.
GM brought the Ute up from down under for its GM Powered media event at Irwindale Speedway in Irwindale, Calif.
THESE days there aren't too many people around you could genuinely call a star - but Ute Lemper is certainly that.
Among the lands patented to settlers under the 1909 act was acreage within the Southern Ute tribe's aboriginal lands, which they had ceded to the U.