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extent

(US) a writ authorizing a person to whom a debt is due to assume temporary possession of his debtor's lands.
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Those engaging in the practice to little or no extent need just under 134 FTEs to conduct the same activities--a difference of nearly 32 FTEs.
"Therefore, the authority has commissioned Insights Market Research (IMR) Ltd to conduct a quantitative survey by interviewing 3,000 individuals, in order to study and investigate the Cypriot public's extent of participation in games of chance," she said.
Sea ice in the Arctic melts in the summer's warmer temperatures to a September low before cold conditions cause the ice to increase to a maximum extent during the winter months.
The second part was an assessment on the extent do respondents spent their money in terms of clothes and accessories, room and board, transportation, projects and assignments, tuition fees and school supplies, laptops and other gadgets.
Meanwhile, on March 3, Antarctica had its lowest extent at the end of the summer ever recorded by satellites.
In making the prognosis, the NSID looks for a downward trend in the ice's extent, while calculating the daily ice extent as an average of the previous five days.
Extent of effect of legal-policy making factors and notification in development of trust and development of e-citizen
The lowest extent to which the nurse middle managers practiced nurses and the profession was being active in developing a care of research-based professional knowledge.
This year's sea ice extent is substantially higher than last year's record low minimum.
Examples of things you should be tracking include: 1) space used by your entire DBMS, individual databases, and your table spaces and indexes; 2) monitoring the Storage Groups and the associated volumes of a database system or instance; 3) monitoring all underlying datasets and files for all table spaces and indexes including Used, Allocated, Primary and Secondary Quantity, Extents, and the Volumes they are on; 4) alerts for Page Sets of table spaces and indexes that reach their maximum size and maximum number of datasets; 5) tracking of image copy backup datasets, including HSM migration; and 6) a way to delete Image copy backup datasets that are no longer needed because they have been removed from the system catalog or backup management software.
Higher than average summer temperatures contributed to the near-record minimum ice extent, which, at 4.33 million square kilometres on 9 September, was 2.43 million square kilometres below the 1979-2000 average.
The lowest sea ice extent was recorded in 2007, these extreme minimums witnessed in recent years have been suggested to be a result of the global warming effect.