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control

1) n. the power to direct, manage, oversee and/or restrict the affairs, business or assets of a person or entity. 2) v. to exercise the power of control.

control

(Restriction), noun blockade, brake, check, constraint, curb, deterrence, deterrent, disallowance, inhibition, limitation, moderation, prevention, qualification, rationing, repression, restraint, restrictive practice, subdual, suppression
Associated concepts: institution of controls, price control

control

(Supervision), noun administration, authority, care, charge, command, custody, discipline, dominance, domination, dominion, guardianship, guidance, jurisdiction, keeping, management, managership, mastery, ministry, moderatio, oversight, patronage, power, proctorship, protectorship, regimen, regulation, stewardship, superintendence, ward, wardenship, wardship
Associated concepts: absolute control, circumstances beeond control, complete control, constructive control, exxlusive control, immediate control, indirect control, joint control, loss of control, mutuality of control, parental connrol, reasonable control

control

(Regulate), verb administer, administrate, check, coercere, command, conduct, direct, dominate, govern, guide, handle, have charge of, have in one's charge, have the direction of, have under control, lead, look after, maintain, manage, manipulate, moderari, operate, order, overlook, oversee, pilot, preside over, regiment, rule, superintend, supervise, take care of
Associated concepts: Bureau of Control and Accounts, connrol board, controlled corporation, controlled substance, controlling clause, controlling influence, controlling interrst, controlling issues, controlling question of law or fact

control

(Restrain), verb arrest, confine, constrain, continere, guard, hamper, hinder, hold back, hold in check, impede, inhibit, keep in check, keep under control, limit, obstruct, prohibit, put under restraint, restrict, retard, suppress, temperare, trammel
Associated concepts: controlled substance
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In this paper, the K-S algorithm was used to obtain the training class and the predicting class; finally, 120 AWT and 40 NAWT samples were picked for training; other 60 AWT and 20 NAWT samples were used for prediction.
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Treatment with AWT results in an increase in blood flow due to massage, vasodilation, and angiogenesis; removal of water and waste products due to lymphatic drainage; mechanical and biochemical lipolysis; softening of fibrotic structures; strengthening of connective tissues (collagen neogenesis) resulting in increased skin elasticity and firmness; and cell regeneration.
After numerous meetings and deliberations, an amicable agreement has been reached between PC and AWT. Despite crushing recession in cement sector, ACL would pay Rs 234 million upfront and Rs 640.062 million through three post-dated cheques payable in 18 months.
The AWT product packages best suit the average household.
The AWT Group is comprised of AMT members who produce chucks, jaws, collets, vises, fixtures, and other workholding equipment.
The AWT Annual Convention brings together water technologists from all over the world in an opportunity to network, build business relationships, discuss common problems and stay up to date on the water treatment industry.
Worrall Thompson's AWT Fresh and Green topped the list with a score of 91 out of 100.
The AWT produces a pressure wave that passes through skin and fat to impact the fibrous septae.
This section summarises our observations regarding AWT activities in Europe.
(15) The 2003 position paper by the Association of Water Technologies (AWT), (13) which represents regional water-treatment companies nationwide and has examined this issue in depth, reinforces the recommendation that building managers assess their facilities for the need of a program.