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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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His current research focus is infectious disease surveillance by using new technologies.
Her discourse indicates that using the Internet in the classroom poses significant challenges for classroom management.
Unless someone has been using a lotah all their lives, the benefits completely escape them, and you seem to them to be a freak.
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The 10th Circuit recalculated reasonableness using the number of trips flown times 12 hours saved each trip times Kurzet's time at $200 an hour and added this to the Tax Court's finding that first-class round-trip airfare was $1,600.
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After looking at the investment schools have made in this technology, that more than 60 percent of high school students nationwide own a TI-83 Plus, and the numerous testimonials about how students enjoy using the device, it was obvious that we needed to find ways to help schools maximize their use.
The survey suggests that far more students are using drugs and alcohol than are getting caught with the substances, said Mike Allmandinger, administrator of student services for the Hart district.
If I'd had a portable like the one I am using now, I would have carried it with me on my bicycle to the VA hospital in Palo Alto, where I moonlighted in the emergency room most weekends to pay my way through business school.
Using computer workstations installed in each agency, agents can share unified text, photograph, and fingerprint information through a centralized database.
Use of a financial service is measured by the percentage of small businesses using a specific type or source of service.