Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

ceased operations   (operaciones cesadas)

The Belmont Glass works ceased operations in 1890.

It ceased operations at 8 a.m. on October 1, 2011.

CSRF formally ceased operations on March 31, 2008.

military operations   (operaciones militares)

when he was director general of military operations.

Then, as a result of military operations, he was sent to Germany.

The base is used to support military operations against Boko Haram.

operations against   (operaciones contra)

It did not participate in operations against Iraq.

The group flew with Fighter Command in operations against the .

The base is used to support military operations against Boko Haram.

began operations

The new company began operations on April 1, 1901.

The network began operations on September 6, 1952.

Passenger services began operations on 25 June 1891.

combat operations   (operaciones de combate)

He largely removed himself from combat operations.

Its first combat operations were conducted during the Gulf War.

It has participated in combat operations during the war in Croatia.

special operations

He also volunteered for training for special operations.

It is a special operations unit, handling activities abroad.

The was adapted to be a support base for special operations helicopters.

aircraft operations   (operaciones de aeronaves)

In the year ending June 23, 2005 the airport had 12,300 aircraft operations, all general aviation.

It was established during July 1969, and is used for approximately 20 aircraft operations each day.

For the 12-month period ending December 31, 2015, the airport had 5,000 general aviation aircraft operations.

mining operations   (operaciones mineras)

These evoke the past mining operations at the site.

In 1782 he led Sweden's mining operations in Finland.

Current mining operations at Climax are via an open-pit.

base of operations

Joe's secret base of operations.

Suchet quickly converted Valencia into an important base of operations.

Calling himself "Commodore", he now uses this island as his base of operations.

started operations

The academy started operations on January 1, 2011.

The carrier started operations in January 2019.

The C&A was profitable as soon as it started operations.

operations during

The Clippers ceased operations during the 1949–50 season.

Both teams assist in operations during Thunder Over Louisville.

It has participated in combat operations during the war in Croatia.

rescue operations   (operaciones de rescate)

After the crash, the sandstorm hampered rescue operations.

She was used for law enforcement and search and rescue operations.

This design also makes it ideal for flood and ice rescue operations.

commenced operations

The Sunrise mine commenced operations in May 1995.

77 Squadron commenced operations at Livingstone.

In 1993 it commenced operations in Indonesia.

business operations   (operaciones de negocios)

In June 2015, the team ceased business operations.

Park'N Fly began its business operations in Canada.

In 2013, Rolf Fehlbaum withdrew from daily business operations with the company.

all operations

The airline ceased all operations on 29 November, 2018.

TalonSoft ceased all operations in 2002.

Since 1932 all operations had been carried under the name Aeroflot.

offensive operations

In offensive operations in 2009, the Sri Lanka Army recaptured Kokavil.

After 1989, this force was the only one capable of carrying out offensive operations.

On July 2, 1967 the Nigerian Army opened its offensive operations from the Northern sector.

air operations

Joseph Kittinger was vice president of air operations.

This technique would also be employed in Serbia during air operations in 1999.

It handled all air operations in São Paulo until VASP opened Congonhas Airport in 1936.

flight operations   (las operaciones de vuelo)

Subsequently flight operations are moved back to Williams Field.

A resumption of flight operations has not yet been finalized by SpiceJet.

The ship was not badly damaged, but flight operations had to be suspended.

operations officer

Hitz entered the CIA in 1967 as an operations officer.

In 1960 he served as operations officer for I Corps in South Korea.

Promoted to major in 1987, he then served as a battalion operations officer.

suspended operations   (operaciones suspendidas)

On August 6, the ICRC suspended operations in Benghazi.

Antarctic Shipping SA suspended operations in July 2012.

As of 5 September 2013, the brand has suspended operations.

area of operations

Its area of operations includes 19 surrounding counties.

This expanded area of operations was designated Napoleon/Saline II.

Otherwise, MR 4 had been and continued to be primarily a Vietnamese area of operations.

operations off

She grounded and sank during operations off Mangalore in 1780.

In October 1960 she also added operations off the coast of South America.

She continued operations off Okinawa until the island was secure in late June.

local operations

She returned to San Diego on 13 March for local operations.

It also has majority stakes in Alfamart, Forever21, and Crate & Barrel's local operations.

Back in full fighting trim in the fall, she returned to local operations out of Newport into 1969.

cease operations   (cesar operaciones)

The court ordered the company to cease operations.

would cease operations on June 1, 2012.

The rest of the league would cease operations at the end of season.

support operations   (operaciones de apoyo)

From Subic Bay she left for the coast of Vietnam to support operations there.

It has trained three 750-man battalions for peace support operations in Darfur.

These solutions support operations covered by the city administration to improve e.g.

naval operations

The Gulf of Finland had several major naval operations during World War II.

Main naval operations for the époque were conducted by the twin carrier Clemenceau.

He then went on to serve as the executive assistant to the chief of naval operations.

operations such

This is a group with identity element , and group operations such as .

File operations such as copying, editing, or deleting should also be avoided.

Larger detachments were organized for operations such the suppression of bandit groups.

operations began

In 2005 , drilling operations began.

In Tampere, trolleybus operations began in 1948 and ended in 1976.

Its operations began in 2014.

commercial operations   (operaciones comerciales)

The Allen Combined Cycle Plant went into commercial operations on April 30, 2018.

The line was completed in July 2014 and opened for commercial operations on August 16, 2014.

The plant, which will have a capacity of 2,000 MW, is scheduled to begin commercial operations in 2017.

amphibious operations   (operaciones anfibias)

The high casualty rate exceeded all other amphibious operations during the Pacific War.

The first Elbing was placed in Pogesania: Both landings were amphibious operations conducted from the ships.

He reasoned that such men were already familiar with ships, and therefore would be easy to train for amphibious operations.

operations along

There were plans to establish private operations along the line.

Upon arriving Newport on 8 May she resumed operations along the East Coast.

He participated in operations along the Thai-Cambodian border in 1986 and 1987.

resumed operations   (reanudó las operaciones)

WDZY resumed operations on January 17, 2014.

She then resumed operations in the Pacific.

The station resumed operations on June 9.

training operations

She conducted patrols and training operations out of Panama until June 1946.

After repairs, "Trippe" resumed training operations off the northeastern coast.

"Mississippi" served with the Atlantic Fleet from 1909 to 1912, which consisted primarily of routine training operations.

operations research

in operations research in 1998.

At the same time, military requirements motivated advances in operations research.

Results from operations research and many other quantitative approaches have a similar role to play.

daily operations   (operaciones diarias)

The NPWA has a management team that is in charge of the daily operations.

The EOC includes daily operations and of all emergency services, both Fire and EMS.

The upperclass students are tasked with administering the "Journal"‘s daily operations.

covert operations   (operaciones encubiertas)

The Clubs officers performed covert operations to tackle these problems.

TF 20 also recovered a Mi-17 Hip helicopter for later use in covert operations.

CIA covert operations, for instance, are by their very nature hard to prove definitively.

peacekeeping operations   (operaciones de mantenimiento de la paz)

He has served on three UN peacekeeping operations.

Instead, the Dutch army was employed in more and more peacekeeping operations.

The Armed Forces are heavily committed to international peacekeeping operations.

continued operations

His son continued operations of the business in 1962.

"Valencia" however, continued operations with the Red D Line.

The newer F-15E fleet was later cleared for continued operations.

relief operations   (operaciones de socorro)

Yahya Khan arrived in Dhaka to take charge of the relief operations on November 24.

Nearly 13,000 Army and Air Guard members were called to state active duty to help with relief operations.

While the division was in transit, the IV SS Panzer Corps launched several unsuccessful relief operations.

manufacturing operations

U.S. manufacturing operations were concentrated in Boulder, Colorado.

The airport forms an integral part of these manufacturing operations.

Ridge Runner ceased manufacturing operations sometime during 2007 or 2008.

security operations

Between 2004-5, the Egyptian Armed Forces conducted months-long security operations here.

Auxiliarists were sometimes armed during the war, and extensively participated in port security operations.

On 22 August 2012, the State Department urged Egypt to be transparent over Operation Eagle and any security operations in the Sinai.

operations between

All passenger operations between Portland and Boston ceased in 1965.

Number theory is the study of numbers and the properties of operations between them.

As the campaign progressed, in March they were switched to operations between Maprik and Wewak.

international operations

Its international operations were headquartered in Utrecht, The Netherlands.

The Explosive Ordnance Disposal Platoon is ready to participate in international operations.

ReconRobotics’ international operations are marketed outside North America by a reseller network in 33 countries.

freight operations

create obstacles for freight operations across borders.

There are hardly any freight operations left.

It is used in freight operations by the Ilmebahn for shunting.

other operations   (otras operaciones)

Most of the other operations closed in well under a decade.

Octavian's lieutenants conducted various other operations in the region.

3 Hong Kong is the first "Three-"branded company, leading to the development of other operations in different locations.

operations around   (operaciones alrededor)

"K-324" was again involved in operations around US waters in 1985.

Virgin Money expanded its operations around the world in the 2000s.

In the 2000s Virgin Money expanded its operations around the world.

operations within

The company promised to begin operations within 90 days.

He had to start operations within six months and a number of employee supervisors had to be black.

It also deployed the CIA-sponsored Police Aerial Reinforcement Unit (PARU) to operations within Laos.

joint operations

Belgian and Danish F-16s also participated in joint operations over Kosovo during the war.

This was to ensure a unified command when conducting joint operations, as learned from the War.

Less than a week after the order U.S. and NATO combat troops resumed joint operations with Afghan forces.

during operations

She grounded and sank during operations off Mangalore in 1780.

Air Liberté operated the following aircraft during operations:

In 1965, she qualified as a "blue nose" by crossing the Arctic Circle during operations in the Norwegian Sea.

operations center

"She brought this information to the operations center.

Metrolink's operations center is located near the station.

Thimbo confesses to Nigel that this hut is an operations center.

took over operations

J. Lyons and Co. took over operations in 1905.

Penn Central took over operations of the New Haven Railroad effective January 1, 1969.

In 2002 the Montreal, Maine & Atlantic took over operations after CDAC declared bankruptcy.

aviation aircraft operations

For the 12-month period ending December 31, 2015, the airport had 5,000 general aviation aircraft operations.

For the 12-month period ending December 31, 2012, the airport had 5,000 general aviation aircraft operations.

For the 12-month period ending October 8, 2010, the airport had 15,330 general aviation aircraft operations, an average of 42 per day.

passenger operations

All passenger operations between Portland and Boston ceased in 1965.

Tor Line begun passenger operations in 1966 and freight operations in 1969.

Several F7s were rebuilt by Morrison–Knudsen as F9PHs and used in passenger operations.

normal operations

Upon returning to the United States, she resumed normal operations until the fall.

She resumed normal operations, then sailed from San Diego on 6 April 1959 for a 5-month "WestPac" deployment.

"Wantuck" spent almost eight months conducting normal operations along the United States West Coast out of San Diego.

intelligence operations   (operaciones de inteligencia)

In 1943, he was sent to China to coordinate military intelligence operations.

It laundered illegal money in drug and arms deals that often financed intelligence operations.

The CNC is authorised to carry out covert intelligence operations against anti-nuclear protesters.

major operations   (operaciones principales)

Both the latter corps did not start major operations until 8 June.

The decision to postpone major operations in the Indian Ocean was upheld.

Broadly speaking, the extermination of Jews was carried out in two major operations.

operations throughout

He has served in multiple military operations throughout his career.

The base also acts as a hub for operations throughout the East African coastline.

"Eger" is also known as a spy ship and has done various spy operations throughout the years.

operations in support   (operaciones de apoyo)

Jasta 39 opened combat operations in support of "Armee-Abteilung B" on 15 August 1917.

In early 2003, the Aviation Brigade prepared for combat operations in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

"Saranac" then began replenishment operations in support of the U.S. Navy's advance in the central Pacific.

director of operations

Craig Patrick, the Rangers' director of operations, replaced him.

In 2010, he was hired as a director of operations for the men's soccer program.

Cathy started as director of operations, eventually being promoted in 2013 to president and CEO.

operations continued

Guest operations continued into the mid-1960s.

Military operations continued, with great success for the allies.

Train operations continued much as they did during Soo Line and CP Rail ownership.

operations forces

Their role is like other real world special operations forces, in that their operations are kept highly classified.

AFSOC provides Air Force special operations forces for worldwide deployment and assignment to unified combatant commanders.

OPSEC, Inc. states that its members are primarily former U.S. special operations forces and intelligence community personnel.

military operations against   (operaciones militares contra)

The base is used to support military operations against Boko Haram.

In 1865, the Powder River Expedition passed Lake Desmet during their military operations against the Sioux Indians.

In October-December 1918, the 8th Army conducted ineffective military operations against the Don Army in the Voronezh-Liskin direction.

operations through

It remained in restricted operations through much of the 1880s.

Quality assurance extends beyond the packaging operations through distribution.

He remained as the director of operations through 2012, before being promoted to assistant coach.

salvage operations   (operaciones de salvamento)

"Valcour", on the other hand, became the object of exhaustive salvage operations.

Other applications include dredging, underwater archaeology, salvage operations and collection of scientific specimens.

Efforts to recover the wreck were delayed, meaning that the wreck was beyond recovery by the time salvage operations started.

special operations forces

Their role is like other real world special operations forces, in that their operations are kept highly classified.

AFSOC provides Air Force special operations forces for worldwide deployment and assignment to unified combatant commanders.

OPSEC, Inc. states that its members are primarily former U.S. special operations forces and intelligence community personnel.

operations manager

In 2009 he worked as the operations manager for the bemobile Cup.

The lake is named for the first operations manager of the Stave Powerhouse.

He served as the company's vice president and operations manager until February 1, 1929.

operations ceased

Street railway operations ceased in 1937.

These deposits were mined until 1957, when operations ceased.

Ranching operations ceased in 1976.

expanded its operations

The company soon expanded its operations into Detroit by 1967.

Virgin Money expanded its operations around the world in the 2000s.

In the 2000s Virgin Money expanded its operations around the world.

part in operations

1 Squadron RCAF took part in operations from August 1940.

The ship's personnel took no part in operations ashore, providing only logistic and communications support.

On June 3, three battalions of Egyptian commandos were flown to Amman to take part in operations from Jordan.

ground operations

CareFlite augmented their air ambulance service with ground operations in 1981.

1st Division carries out high-level training activities and deploys to command large-scale ground operations.

In 1992-1993, he spent a year with the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, including three months of ground operations in Somalia.

football operations

Three days later, the AAF suspended football operations, ending the 2019 season.

Prior to the start of the 1968 CFL season the Apaches ceased all football operations.

However, due to the suspension of football operations, these games were left unplayed.

arithmetic operations   (operaciones aritmeticas)

"n" arithmetic operations.

The number of arithmetic operations is another resource that is commonly used.

Examples include the familiar arithmetic operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication.

ceasing operations

Groom Mine continued to operate, finally ceasing operations in 1954.

On May 2, 2014, the official website of the St. Charles Chill announced the team was ceasing operations.

Due to "Happy Cruises" ceasing operations on September 24, 2011 she had to terminate her cruise at Valencia, Spain.

operations due

On March 19, 2009, SpiralFrog terminated operations due to loan recalls..

In early 1997, PS Audio Inc. ceased operations due to financial problems.

The club announced on July 20, 2018 that it would cease operations due to declining attendance.

operations including

The GM is ultimately responsible for all station operations including staffing and budgetary matters.

His health declined over time to the point where he had to have several operations including one to remove a tumor in 1958.

During his time in Somalia he oversaw UNOSOM II operations including the 'Bloody Monday' attack labelled a massacre of civilians by witnesses.

such operations

After such operations the servicemen were rewarded with vodka and cigarettes.

The gross national revenue from such operations now exceeds $800 million annually.

They took part in various such operations until the units were disbanded in July 1945.

begin operations   (comenzar operaciones)

The company promised to begin operations within 90 days.

The first to begin operations was No.

The pair were ready to begin operations in the midsummer of 1856.

conducted operations

In 1967 she conducted operations in the northern and western Pacific.

The CAB Hq conducted operations from Forward Operating Base (FOB) Speicher.

She conducted operations in Vienna, Berlin, Munich, and other major German cities.

field operations

The squadron also participated in general field operations training near DeRidder, Louisiana.

A "subfield" of a field is a subset of that is a field with respect to the field operations of .

A subfield of a field "L" is a subset "K" of "L" that is a field with respect to the field operations inherited from "L".

operations include

The operations include freight and passenger trains.

Some examples of associative operations include the following.

Current operations include passenger traffic and general goods movement.

up operations

The Germans began mopping up operations and clearing the northern shore.

It took part, alongside the corps, in mopping up operations in South Sakhalin.

It was more profitable to sell the slaves to the government than to keep up operations.

operations and maintenance

The MRGCD is responsible for operations and maintenance.

Daily operations and maintenance of the fleet are under contract with MV Transportation.

The Light Rail Manila Corporation (LRMC) took over the operations and maintenance of Line 1 on September 12, 2015.

operations across   (operaciones a través de)

create obstacles for freight operations across borders.

During his tenure, the company experienced substantial growth, expanding operations across Canada.

This is intended to decrease the latency of operations across mixed workloads of objects of varying sizes.

down operations   (operaciones abajo)

Since Allegiant shut down operations in 2013, there has been no major commercial airline service out of Gary Airport.

This strike shut down operations in nine states, including 33 manufacturing plants and 22 parts distribution warehouses.

Nord is however running down operations starting in September in preparation for final closure set for December 29, 2013.

logging operations   (operaciones de registro)

It was built in the 1980s for logging operations in the area.

Carlos (Gabriel Soto) is an idealist fighting against illegal logging operations.

He is known as an opponent of illegal mining and logging operations in the Philippines.

financial operations   (operaciones financieras)

The Business Manager is responsible for budget and financial operations.

The ethics of his financial operations were called into question at the time, but it was generally accepted that people could profit from public office.

basketball operations   (operaciones de baloncesto)

He is also the basketball operations director of Slam Magazine Philippines.

Since 2012, Sund has been the Hawks senior advisor for basketball operations.

DiLeo has been a part of the 76ers basketball operations department since the 1990–91 season.

bus operations

In August 2006, Stagecoach sold its London bus operations to Macquarie Bank.

Later Nettbuss obtained a 100% share and bus operations were merged into Nettbuss Øst on 1 July 2013.

theater of operations

The USAAF did not use the B-25 in combat in the European theater of operations.

The 5th again received orders to deploy in early February 2003 to the Central Command theater of operations.

In early 1943, "YP-422" was dispatched to the Pacific theater of operations to support the Solomon Islands campaign.

rail operations   (operaciones ferroviarias)

Since the end of rail operations, this traffic is carried by road transport.

At the end of World War II, rail operations were forced to stop in April 1945.

In 2012 the market received a $10 million federal grant to improve rail operations.

recovery operations

The CO will be sent by pipeline to depleted oil fields in Mississippi for enhanced oil recovery operations.

The F-35C variant is designed for catapult-assisted take-off but arrested recovery operations from aircraft carriers.

The role of these task forces is to support state and local emergency responders' efforts to locate victims and manage recovery operations.

night operations

It has limited night operations capability, usually reserved to helicopters.

On 24 October 1968, they began night operations against the Ho Chi Minh Trail.

Flame dampers prevented exhaust glow on night operations, but they had an effect on performance.

continue operations

The airline unsuccessfully scrambled to continue operations.

To continue operations, Oliver brought in new workers directly from Europe.

On , the EDCA received approval to continue operations as Drum Corps Europe.

banking operations

This includes both leading a long consist and for banking operations.

In June 2013, the bank agreed to buy Citibank Uruguay's retail banking operations.

Fortis would use the ABN AMRO brand name for Fortis's retail banking operations in the Netherlands.

operations room   (sala de operaciones)

The operations room was located in the stables.

The tower has an operations room with a diameter of 40.6 meters at a height of 33.78 metres.

The Group operations room was underground in what is now known as the Battle of Britain Bunker.

s operations

In 1985 ANZ acquired Barclays Bank’s operations, which Barclays had established in 1973.

Upon graduation, Buenaventura secured a management trainee position at Citibank’s operations in Manila.

On Juneau's request, O'Rourke's associate, Harrison Reed, remained to take over the "Sentinel"s operations.

operations as well   (operaciones también)

He knew the British were planning offensive operations as well, and he hoped to pre-empt them.

It was employed in infantry support and offensive armored operations as well as in the defensive anti-tank role.

The vehicle will equip JGSDF combat and combat-support units for peacekeeping operations as well as “counter island invasion” scenarios.

operations conducted

The first Elbing was placed in Pogesania: Both landings were amphibious operations conducted from the ships.

So silently were most of his operations conducted, that he was often imagined to be on bad terms with his assistants.

He settled in Homs in March 2012 amid the intensified military operations conducted by the Syrian government in that city.

operations when   (operaciones cuando)

The brewer ceased operations when Prohibition began in 1920.

The "Bella Restaurant" began operations when the hotel was opened.

A new airline based in the city called StarFlyer began operations when the airport opened.

moved its operations

Air Kruise moved its operations to Ramsgate Airport in 1953.

In 2014, the university moved its operations from Donetsk to Krivyi Rih.

The VPAF used the base until 2009 when it moved its operations to Cam Ranh Air Base.