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share

To apportion a thing.

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Scottish Health Authorities Revenue Equalisation
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A shared nothing cluster is useful for improving application availability.
* Delivery/courier system--management of document delivery service of resources that are shared and not able to be provided to the library in an electronic format
In order to take advantage of the efficiencies of automation, it is important that institutions that have traditionally shared programs, research initiatives, and other activities expand those traditions to encompass cooperative or shared networks.
Through a shared services approach, school business administrators can shift debt from the school budget to a municipal budget, which then provides municipalities with greater access to grants, including the "Safe Street to School" grant provided by the Department of Transportation, "Green Acres" grant and community development grants, that help offset costs, which are otherwise not available to the Boards of Education.
Protection for a shared workbook is applied in layers--and only by the person initially creating the worksheet or someone who has the person's password: First you protect the worksheet, then the workbook, and last you designate the capability for sharing and change tracking.
This is an important observation: As switching has become more prevalent and systems with larger numbers of drives are being tested for comparison between the new switched and the old shared systems, instabilities in the large shared systems become more common.
But he provided two examples of how shared ownership can work extremely well in a business situation: deferred-compensation plans and buy-sell plans.
* They do not permit depreciation and amortization costs associated with the creation of intangibles to be shared (Regs.
The examples described in this article can be moved to a shared data configuration relatively easily (without application rewrites), and derive significant benefits from operating in a shared data environment.
An often overlooked function of leadership here is the role of university and library leaders in selling the concept of resource sharing and shared collection building on campus, especially to faculty and other researchers.
* Printers can be shared and jobs can be well managed--print queues can be arranged by priority and jobs can be sent to the appropriate printers.
The phrase "any other measure that reasonably predicts the benefits to be shared" in Prop.