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upkeep

noun aid, backing, care, caring, economic support, endowment, fosterage, life support, maintenance, nourishment, nurturance, operating costs, preservation, provision, relief, safekeeping, subsidization, subsidy, subsistence, support, support services, sustentation, total support, welfare
Associated concepts: maintenance
See also: alimony, assistance, conservation, maintenance, overhead, preservation, promotion, safekeeping, support, sustenance
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UpKeep is a mobile-first solution for maintenance management built for technicians and managers.
While this is the first version of the android, I can say that UpKeep has already transformed the way we run our business and operations.
First, in addition to the household's upkeep effort, the principal, i.
Dikshit specifically asked the authorities to ensure proper upkeep of stadia, street lighting, signages, bus shelters, greenery, flyovers and foot overbridges.
UPKEEP DEETS This softly swept style easily blends into longer lagers (think: low commitment).
I believe mima cost over pounds 800,000 this year in upkeep and this will increase over the years.
Until recent years, the upkeep of the buildings was considered to be the province of local tradesmen and not requiring professional officer input for any maintenance programme needs.
If your command has some additional best practices or ideas about staying safe during an availability or upkeep, send them to safe-afloat@navy.
Vicky Watson, spokeswoman for Halifax Pet Insurance, who did the survey, warned: "The cost of upkeep between different breeds can vary enormously.
System upkeep is minimal, and is primarily the result of changing heating heads and filters.
Louis, and something I've seen too often is our people being given loans for homes and encouraged to buy as much as we can afford for tax purposes, with no consideration given to property upkeep and maintenance.
Then there's upkeep and the workers needed to perform it.