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use

 [ūs]
the applying of something to a specific desired purpose.
substance use substance abuse.
substance use (omaha) in the omaha system, a client problem in the health related behaviors domain, defined as the inappropriate consumption of medicines, drugs, or other materials including prescription drugs, over-the-counter drugs, street drugs, alcohol, and tobacco.

utilisation

The use or amount of usage (per unit population) of healthcare or other services; the pattern of use of a service or type of service in a specified time, usually expressed in rate per unit of population-at-risk for a given period—e.g., number of hospital admissions/year/1,000 persons enrolled in an HMO.

use

Vox populi Utilize. See Illegal use of controlled dangerous substances, Intravenous drug use, Misuse, Off-label use, Overuse, Substance use, Underuse.
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Likewise, the CAP can be used to challenge a seizure of the taxpayer's property.
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This is valuable data that can be used to assess student engagement, learning, and the effectiveness of instructional technology.
Up to that point, a variety of cycle-intensive, server-based software techniques were used to compress data being written to tape and disk.
The lab screening techniques of turbidity and charge used to select a particular polymer or alum would always extrapolate to the same results in the mills.
It helped a lot of people come out to people they used to hide their lotahs from.
Pendulums are often used to ask informational questions of the body, such as nutrient or food supplement needs.
In a study not connected with Balaban's, UF horticulture professor Steven Sargent found that more than 30% of the green tomatoes culled at packinghouses could be ripened with ethylene gas, increasing still more the number that could be used to make extract (those that remain green don't have enough lycopene to be used in extract production).
"We're also in a trend where the oil is our being changed as often as it used to. It used to be every 3,000 miles between oil-changes."
"At first it was difficult to get people used to it," he says.