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In terms of our existing Generation Sustainability Strategy, our aim is to achieve 80% plant availability, 10% planned maintenance and 10% unplanned maintenance over the medium term.
To reduce unplanned downtime, respondents cited "leverage redundancy such as high-availability cluster" (51 percent), "snapshot and rollback function" (35 percent) and "upgrade OS" (32 percent) as likely steps.
Critique: Exceptionally well written and original, "An Unplanned Encounter" documents author Jonathan R.
The British Pregnancy Advisory Service (Bpas) saw a SPIKE in January and February this year in the number of women over 30 SEEKING help and advice for an unplanned pregnancy.
The company was officially launched at an articles of association signing ceremony on Sunday 1 December - patronised by Prince Khaled Al-Faisal, Emir of Makkah Region and chairman of the Executive Committee for Development of Unplanned Neighbourhoods.
Women who had chlamydia were 17% more likely to have an unplanned premature birth and 40% more likely to have a stillborn baby, the results showed.
He believed the only solution to the problem was upgrading unplanned rural areas, saying residents would pay taxes if the government improved their living conditions.
A number of refineries are currently on planned maintenance shutdowns, and others are on unplanned shutdowns due to technical difficulties.
London, July 27 (ANI): Children who were born after unplanned pregnancies have a limited vocabulary and poorer nonverbal and spatial abilities as compared to those who were conceived through infertility treatment, according to a new research.
Women can protect themselves significantly from unplanned pregnancies as well as sexually transmitted infections (STI) by using condoms in addition to another method of contraception.
Influence of physical restraint on unplanned extubation of adult intensive care patients: A case control study.
The ad for unplanned pregnancy and abortion advice at Marie Stopes clinics will "confront the taboo" and raise awareness of sexual health, the organisation said.