ready-to-use

ready-to-use

Able to be dispensed with minimal if any effort or preparation; prepackaged.
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Around 20 ready-to-use pistols, live cartridges and tools used in the manufacture of pistols were recovered from the spot.
Secondary Starters and Plenaries: Ready-to-Use Activities for Teaching Any Subject, Revised Edition
In addition to being the number one-selling easy-to-use database software, the award-winning FileMaker product line also includes low-cost Applications that automate basic business tasks, ready-to-use Starter Solutions, and tools to create and share solutions from the desktop to the web.
Joseph Farkas, president of Metropolitan, said, "It is the ideal location for a company seeking ready-to-use wet-lab space, which is almost impossible to find on Long Island."
Tips, Techniques, & 600+ Ready-to-Use Samples (w/CDS), by Daniel Duffell.
The matching ready-to-use and validated SYBR(R) Green-based qRT-PCR assay portfolio is supplemented by QIAGEN's QuantiTect(R) Primer Assays for real-time RT-PCR providing specificity and sensitivity comparable to sequence-specific probe-based assays.
JLOOXTelecom provides a ready-to-use development framework for creating distributed Java-based network/element management systems and network planning applications.
The Commercial Care Division of 3M has introduced the 3M[TM] TB Quat Disinfectant Ready-To-Use Cleaner, an EPA-registered intermediate-level disinfectant.
Direct LFT lets molders use PP base resin (priced around 40[cts.]/lb) and raw glass fiber (around 75[cts.]lb) rather than ready-to-use LFT pellets costing about $1.25/lb (with a typical 40% glass content).
These anti-blocking agents can be purchased as ready-to-use or in concentrate form, making them very cost-effective compared to the stearate baths commonly used, according to the manufacturer.
Most of these programs are packaged with ready-to-use templates, drawing tools and clip art.