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advantage

A benefit, a favourable condition.
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President Trump underscored, "I do not blame China, or any other country, of which there are many, for taking advantage of the United States on trade.
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.
Also, many companies do not have a line of credit that can be used to meet cash flow timing differences, such as seasonal inventory buildup or taking advantage of vendor discounts.
Taking advantage of the Small Business Administration's 8(a) program, SLR grew its clientele to include the U.
A RECENT STUDY by Excite@Home reveals that broadband users are a different breed than narrowband users: They are more likely to spend additional time browsing the Web, taking advantage of e-commerce, and exploring streaming video and audio on the Internet.
Taking advantage of several eclipses of Pluto by its moon Charon during the past several years, astronomers have constructed a new map of the surface brightness of the distant, frozen planet.
CEDA Project Manager Brian Kendall said, "It's great to see visionary business leaders such as Alta Alliance Bank taking advantage of the city's program and investing in downtown Oakland.