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Meanings and phrases
- the state of being in effect or being operative
- a business especially one run on a large scale
- a planned activity involving many people performing various actions
- (computer science) data processing in which the result is completely specified by a rule (especially the processing that results from a single instruction)
- activity by a military or naval force (as a maneuver or campaign); military operation
- a medical procedure involving an incision with instruments; performed to repair damage or arrest disease in a living body; surgery; surgical operation; surgical procedure; surgical process
- a process or series of acts especially of a practical or mechanical nature involved in a particular form of work; procedure
- (mathematics) calculation by mathematical methods; mathematical process; mathematical operation
- process or manner of functioning or operating; functioning; performance
- the activity of operating something (a machine or business etc.)
- (psychology) the performance of some composite cognitive activity; an operation that affects mental contents; process; cognitive process; mental process; cognitive operation
- an American operation in World War I (1918); American troops under Pershing drove back the German armies which were saved only by the armistice on November 11; Meuse; Meuse River; Argonne; Argonne Forest; Meuse-Argonne
Operation Desert Storm
- the United States and its allies defeated Iraq in a ground war that lasted 100 hours (1991)
Shirodkar 's operation
- a surgical procedure in which a suture is used to close the cervix in a pregnant woman; is performed when the cervix has failed to retain previous pregnancies; purse-string operation
- a military operation by both land and sea forces
- The Allies also carried out an amphibious operation in Kula Gulf that night.
- Ten days later, she headed for the western coast of Korea and the amphibious operation at Inchon.
- He wrote,"at the end of a fortnight's bloody fighting there is no longer any doubt that Iwo is the most difficult amphibious operation in U.S.
- a mathematical operation involving numbers
- operations that occur without a regular or predictable time relation to other events
- a operation performed by off-line equipment not under the control of the central processing unit; off-line operation
- an operation that follows the rules of Boolean algebra; each operand and the result take one of two values; boolean operation; binary operation
- an operation that follows the rules of Boolean algebra; each operand and the result take one of two values; boolean operation; binary arithmetic operation
- However, a binary operation may also involve several sets.
- More formally, a binary operation is an operation of arity two.
- It depends on authors whether it is considered as a binary operation.
- a covert operation not attributable to the organization carrying it out
- an operation that follows the rules of Boolean algebra; each operand and the result take one of two values; binary operation; binary arithmetic operation
- an undercover operation by narcotics detectives to catch unsuspecting drug dealers
- an intelligence operation so planned and executed as to insure concealment
- (psychology) the performance of some composite cognitive activity; an operation that affects mental contents; process; cognitive process; mental process; operation
- a military operation carried out cooperatively by two or more allied nations or a military operation carried out by coordination of sea, land, and air forces
- an elementary operation that a computer is designed and built to perform; machine operation
- two or more operations performed at the same time (or within a give interval)
- the sequential execution of operations one after another; serial operation; sequential operation
- an operation that controls the recording or processing or transmission of interpretation of data; control function
- an intelligence operation so planned as to permit plausible denial by the sponsor
- Dar looks at the flight manifest and quickly recognizes that Saul and Carrie are organizing a covert operation.
- Owing to the extreme circumstances of the covert operation, the team must retrieve Shelby at all costs, before time runs out.
- Nathaniel Lyon, curious of the Missouri State Guard's intentions for Camp Jackson, engaged in a covert operation to uncover the Guard's plans.
- an operation on exactly two operands
- a clandestine rescue operation to bring a defector or refugee or an operative and family out of danger
- any surgical procedure involving the eyes; eye surgery
- an operation that is completed in a specified number of regularly timed execution cycles
- an arithmetic operation performed on floating-point numbers; flop
- being in effect or operation; - Leslie Marmon Silko; operational; operating
- the operation of gathering information about an enemy; intelligence; intelligence activity
- an operation that follows the rules of symbolic logic; logical operation
- an operation that follows the rules of symbolic logic; logic operation
- an elementary operation that a computer is designed and built to perform; computer operation
- a threshold operation in which each operand is 0 or 1; output is 1 if and only if more than half the operands have the value 1
- killing or injuring others while annihilating yourself; usually accomplished with a bomb; suicide mission; sacrifice operation
- (mathematics) calculation by mathematical methods; mathematical process; operation
- a mathematical operation involving matrices
- activity by a military or naval force (as a maneuver or campaign); operation
- In 1859, he served in a Spanish military operation in Morocco.
- The military operation in Fatsa was often termed "rehearsal for the coup".
- A violent insurrection began shortly after the military operation started.
- an operation with exactly one operand; unary operation
- an operation in which two or more activities are interleaved
- a operation performed by off-line equipment not under the control of the central processing unit; auxiliary operation
- the portion of a set of operation descriptions that specifies the operation to be performed; the set of operations in a computer; order code
- the collection of intelligence openly without concealment
- the simultaneous execution of two or more operations; simultaneous operation
- the activity of keeping the peace by military forces (especially when international military forces enforce a truce between hostile groups or nations); peacekeeping; peacekeeping mission
- an operation that controls the printing or display of information
- military actions designed to influence the perceptions and attitudes of individuals, groups, and foreign governments; psyop
- a surgical procedure in which a suture is used to close the cervix in a pregnant woman; is performed when the cervix has failed to retain previous pregnancies; Shirodkar's operation
- data processing fast enough to keep up with an outside process; real-time processing
- an operation organized to free from danger or confinement
- It was Netra's first deployment in a disaster rescue operation.
- In addition, Israel sent a large team to assist in the rescue operation.
- The first multiple air-sea rescue operation occurred on December 18, 1939.
- killing or injuring others while annihilating yourself; usually accomplished with a bomb; suicide mission; martyr operation
- the sequential execution of operations one after another; serial operation; consecutive operation
- the sequential execution of operations one after another; sequential operation; consecutive operation
- surgical procedures and hormonal treatments designed to alter a person's sexual characteristics so that the resemble those of the opposite sex; transsexual surgery
- the simultaneous execution of two or more operations; parallel operation
- a complicated confidence game planned and executed with great care (especially an operation implemented by undercover agents to apprehend criminals)
- Several inaccuracies in the statements cast doubt on the sting operation.
- They recruited Jenkins to participate in a sting operation aimed at Hammer.
- After Costello escapes a sting operation, each mole becomes aware of the other's existence.
- a medical procedure involving an incision with instruments; performed to repair damage or arrest disease in a living body; operation; surgery; surgical procedure; surgical process
- operations that are initiated predictably by a clock
- an operation performed on operands in order to obtain the value of a threshold function
- an operation with exactly one operand; monadic operation
- an operation involving secret work within a community or institution
- The company remained in operation until the 1980s.
- These quarries remained in operation until 1915.
- The site remained in operation until the late 1970s.
- Two years later the first smelter began operation.
- The station began operation in 18th November 2019.
- The Waverly Half-Way site began operation in 1925.
- These stores are still in operation as of 2013.
- The School is still in operation as part of The Place.
- This community program is still in operation.
- Seren celebrated 30 years of operation in 2011.
- Tenants varied over the years of operation.
- The company closed after roughly 4 years of operation in 1988.
- The space closed after less than a year of operation.
- It had ten faculty during its first year of operation.
- The school celebrated its 20th year of operation in 2014.
- The Mecca Lumber Company ceased operation in 1910.
- The Glarner Sprinter ceased operation in July 2014.
- Bear Poplar Post Office ceased operation in 1966.
- In 1981, Yak-42 aircraft was put into operation.
- The CD was put into operation in January 1942.
- It was put into operation on August 31, 2012.
- "KzS" Heye was given command of Group 2 during the operation.
- Overall the French lost around 1,200 men during the operation.
- The command structure of both sides changed during the operation.
- On 11 July 1980, Turkish military conducted an operation against the town.
- Octavian and Lepidus launched a joint operation against Sextus in Sicily in 36 BC.
- She was forced to reconnect again when Chuck interfered with an operation against the Ring.
- It has been in continuous operation since 1923.
- The gauge has been in continuous operation since 1895.
- Gyrotrons can be designed for pulsed or continuous operation.
- Nevertheless, the casino was approved for construction and operation.
- Building construction and operation (electricity usage, heating, etc.)
- Despite the cost of its construction and operation the tunnel is not tolled.
- The system has relative low installment costs and low operation and maintenance requirements.
- During 2004 CEPIS decided to hand over operation and maintenance support for EUCIP to ECDL Foundation.
- The latter can be basically divided into (i) construction costs and (ii) operation and maintenance costs.
- It started operation out of La Seyne-sur-Mer in 1975.
- The project was completed and started operation in 2016.
- The paper mill started operation in 1961.
- The operation was the highest open pit iron ore mining operation in the U.S.
- Today the former mining area provide a view of the historic mining operation.
- The American Colloid Company operates a Bentonite clay mining operation here.
- Unit 1 began commercial operation in December 1975.
- Unit 2 began commercial operation in September 1979.
- Unit 2 began commercial operation in July 1981.
- The lock criteria needs to be satisfied during normal operation.
- In normal operation each train consists of a set of six carriages.
- The first range (80-100% H) to monitor the hydrogen purity during normal operation.
- They planned a joint operation.
- (The "Maple Leaf" is a joint operation between Amtrak and Via Rail Canada.
- This was an extremely successful joint operation of the IAF and Armored Corps."
- Keihan started its operation between Osaka and Kyoto in 1910.
- A post office called Amos was in operation between 1889 and 1926.
- Daniel 3 and 4 began commercial operation between April and May 2001.
- The operation began at 10:30am of 4 April 1981.
- Licensed operation began in July 1923.
- The operation began at 11:50pm north.
- He was still recovering from this operation during the Suez Crisis.
- It was in operation during World War Two and was disbanded in March 1941.
- The power plant was in operation during the entire period of operation of the FOTG from 1884 to 1906.
- Thus, CSIR came into operation on 26 September 1942.
- The second battery came into operation in 1952.
- It came into operation as of 10 April 1986.
- Brown underwent a successful operation for prostate cancer in July 2001.
- After a successful operation on his knee, Hogg was offered a new contract by Inverness in January 2012.
- The surgeon, after a successful operation, decides to keep Godavari with him for life, as his daughter–in-law.
- This conversion went into operation on 1 April 1896.
- The second alternator went into operation at Haiku in 1949.
- This line went into operation in 1969.
- The plant was put into full operation in 1968.
- The Go-To card went into full operation in early 2007.
- By 2002, 130 locations were in full operation.
- The facility later re-opened and remains in operation today.
- The school is still in operation today as Adamston Elementary School.
- Caberfae remains in operation today, as the oldest ski resort in the midwest.
- An electric motor effect is responsible for the continued operation of the switch.
- This would also include the continued operation of the Patrouille Suisse, in F-5Es until 2018.
- The side altars, however, survived and continued operation while the main tower stood decapitated until 1773.
- Thompson established Crown's first operation in 1965.
- He flew his first operation on 31 August 1941.
- Their first operation, against Wilhelmshaven on 1941 was unsuccessful.
- Another solution has been to focus its efforts on its news operation.
- LIN TV finally decided to shut down WOTV's news operation permanently in August 2003.
- By spring 2010, the new management had made significant changes to KCBS' news operation.
- The mode of operation of any processor is the execution of lists of instructions.
- The Duke of Northumberland's mode of operation was very different from Somerset's.
- A common form of electric force microscopy involves a noncontact AFM mode of operation.
- The POP / VIP station commenced operation in 1912.
- Kooringal High School's Selective Stream commenced operation with its first year 7 intake in 2010.
- The Christchurch Tramway Company remained in operation until 16 May 1905, the day the Board commenced operation.
- The other departments served the entire operation.
- The entire operation was photographed by the SS.
- The entire operation lasted about two hours.
- He had a major operation on a stomach ulcer.
- The following January, Glading informed Gray he had a major operation coming up.
- By 17 December, the weather had cleared sufficiently for the Axis to begin a major operation.
- The B&ML took over operation of its road on January 1, 1926.
- In 1888, the Grand Trunk Railway took over operation of the line.
- In 1877, Richard Gwyn and Alexander Chatham took over operation of the mill.
- As graphite is brittle, pieces can break off during operation.
- However, emissions of CO during operation are much larger (on average) than during production.
- Furthermore, any system changes made during operation (due to user action, worms, viruses, etc.)
- The basic hours of operation are from early morning to evening.
- Their hours of operation are generally within 30 mins of sunrise and sunset, weather permitting.
- The store generated a volume of $280,000 (around £140,000 GBP) in its first 6 hours of operation.
- It constitutes the functional center of the farming operation conducted on the land for decades.
- The operation conducted on April 21, 2018 was seen by Kuwait as a "flagrant" violation of its sovereignty.
- Operation Spring Operation Spring was an offensive operation conducted by II Canadian Corps during the Normandy campaign.
- Its area of operation was the south-western region of England.
- Her area of operation expanded to include convoys from Guantanamo Bay to the Panama Canal in May 1944.
- They still saw a future for Hapton Valley, and investment followed, moving its area of operation to the east.
- The week of November 25, 2019, the C Line surpassed one-million rides after only five months of operation.
- In the first six months of operation, the agency registered more than 18,000 extras and made 113,873 placements.
- The network's failure after 10 months of operation was a major contributing factor in Fitzgerald's sale of the franchise.
- The salvage operation is led by Smit Salvage.
- After a two-year salvage operation, the statue was pulled out of the lake.
- A subsequent salvage operation recovered most of the cargo of gold and silver.
- Today both halves of the garage remains in operation.
- Of these, only Eastland remains in operation.
- It remains in operation as the Jerusalem Uniting Church.
- Finally, there was a police operation with the woman.
- A more rapid police operation was a realistic possibility.
- After the girl was transferred, the footage of the police operation went viral.
- A right of subrogation typically arises by operation of law, but can also arise by statute or by agreement.
- He was reassigned by operation of law to the United States Court of International Trade on November 1, 1980, by 94 Stat.
- un-perfectable) real security arising by operation of law alone merely providing a priority right over the security subject.
- The suffix is typically the area in which the operation took place, e.g.
- The operation took place in a densely populated district of Kabul, the Afshar district.
- The operation took place about six months after the world's first, by Dr. Christian Barnard.
- Canaan Union Academy was eventually reestablished, and continued in operation until 1892.
- The aircraft continued in operation after the war, with some being converted into fast VIP transports.
- Pacific Air Transport's main north-south airmail and passenger route continued in operation throughout 1927.
- The line is proposed to use automatic train operation using high capacity 8 car type A trains.
- Trains 311-78~311-82 feature a slightly different interior and ventilation system, and are capable of one-person train operation (OPTO).
- Other techniques Allen promoted were realistic train operation and the use of forced perspective to create the illusion of a model railroad layout larger than it really was.
- Chenery's siblings originally planned to sell the operation when their father could no longer run it.
- The Intelsat VI satellites used nickel hydrogen pressure vessel batteries to support operation when the spacecraft was in eclipse behind the earth.
- A class of languages is closed under a particular operation when the operation, applied to languages in the class, always produces a language in the same class again.
- She had been undergoing an operation to remove a tumor.
- In August 2016, vocalist Alan Nimmo underwent an operation to remove polyps from his vocal chords.
- Tara Lo (Jing Lusi) died in episode 27 after having an operation to remove part of her brain tumour.
- It may well be that they are no longer in operation.
- My Records is no longer in operation.
- The restaurant is no longer in operation, but the motel is still open.
- 1996 Philadelphia Wings season The 1996 Philadelphia Wings season marked the team's tenth season of operation.
- 1995 Philadelphia Wings season The 1995 Philadelphia Wings season marked the team's ninth season of operation.
- 1992 Philadelphia Wings season The 1992 Philadelphia Wings season marked the team's sixth season of operation.
- They learn of a top-secret operation called "Code Kansas", but there are no drugs in the warehouse.
- Shortly after, Hooky is assigned to an operation called "Humanizing the Army" and forcible repatriation is ended.
- Later the Squadron are then ordered to take down insurgents in Ilam Province in Iran, an operation called "Long Walk".
- That operation ended on February 15, 2012.
- The operation ended on 10 May 1978.
- The seventeenth was the date that the major combat of the operation ended.
- The summit observatory was built in the summer of 1883, and would remain in operation for 21 years.
- Most of the major Beanoland attractions remain in operation today but have been rethemed as "Wild Asia".
- The Air Force says JSTARS is in a phase of capability improvements and is expected to remain in operation through 2030.