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  • 1 Operating system — Operating systems …

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  • 2 Operating model — is a term that is used in many contexts. An operating model is the abstract representation of how an organization operates across process, organization, technology domains in order to deliver value defined by the organization in scope. Any… …

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  • 3 Operating surplus — is an accounting concept used in national accounts statistics (such as United Nations System of National Accounts (UNSNA) and in corporate and government accounts. It is the balancing item of the Generation of Income Account in the UNSNA. It may… …

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  • 4 Operating system advocacy — is the practice of attempting to increase the awareness and improve the perception of a computer operating system. The motivation behind this may be to increase the number of users of a system, to assert the superiority of one choice over another …

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  • 5 Operating cost — Operating costs can be described as the expenses which are related to the operation of a business, or to the operation of a device, component, piece of equipment or facility. Business operating costs For a commercial enterprise, operating costs… …

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  • 6 Operating Department Practitioners — (ODPs) are a type of health care provider involved with the overall planning and delivery of a patient s perioperative care. They are mainly employed in surgical operating departments but can be found in other clinical areas including Accident… …

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  • 7 Operating system-level virtualization — is a server virtualization method where the kernel of an operating system allows for multiple isolated user space instances, instead of just one. Such instances (often called containers, VEs, VPSs or jails) may look and feel like a real server,… …

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  • 8 Operating Industries Inc., Landfill — Superfund site Geography City Monterey Park County Los Angeles County State California …

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  • 9 Operating system development — is one of the more involved and technical options for a computer hobbyist. A hobby operating system is classified as one with little or no support from other developers. [1] Development begins with an existing operating system[citation needed].… …

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  • 10 operating cost — ➔ cost1 * * * operating cost UK US noun [C, usually plural] ACCOUNTING ► (also operating expense) a cost relating to producing a company s goods or services: cut/increase/reduce operating costs »The company plans to cut operating costs by £1.2bn… …

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  • 11 operating lease — see lease Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. operating lease …

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  • 12 operating system — n. The software that performs the essential tasks a computer must do in order to function, such as allocating memory, controlling devices, supporting software applications, and providing access to files. abbrv. OS The Essential Law Dictionary.… …

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  • 13 operating loss — ➔ loss * * * operating loss UK US noun [C] ACCOUNTING ► the amount by which the cost of goods sold plus operating expenses is more than a company s income in a particular period of time: »The company made an operating loss of £1.2m on turnover of …

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  • 14 operating system — ➔ system * * * operating system UK US noun [C] (ABBREVIATION OS, O/S) IT ► a program that controls the way a computer works, and that allows applications (= programs for particular purposes) to work on it: a computer/PC operating syst …

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  • 15 Operating Manual for Spaceship Earth —   Author(s) …

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  • 16 operating agreement — An agreement signed by the members (owners) of a limited liability company that structures the members financial rights and responsibilities, each member s percentage of ownership in the LLC and share of profits (or losses), the LLC s procedures… …

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  • 17 operating — op·er·at·ing / ä pə ˌrā tiŋ/ adj 1: engaged in active business 2: arising out of or relating to the current daily operations of a concern (as in transportation or manufacturing) as distinct from its financial transactions and permanent… …

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  • 18 operating margin — ➔ margin * * *    The ratio of operating profit to turnover over a given period, expressed as a percentage and used to indicate a company s ability to control its variable costs. * * * operating margin UK US noun [C] ACCOUNTING ► NET MARGIN(Cf.… …

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  • 19 operating strategy — ➔ strategy * * * operating strategy UK US noun [C] ► WORKPLACE, MANAGEMENT the way in which a company organizes its production and selling of goods or services: »The company is in the middle of changing its operating strategy, including efforts… …

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  • 20 operating — adj. 1. pr. p. of {operate}; as, the operating conditions of the oxidation pond. [WordNet 1.5] 2. having an effect or influence. Syn: at work(predicate), in operation, operant. [WordNet 1.5] …

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