core factor

core factor

In an office building,the percentage of common area space such as lobbies,restrooms, and corridors as compared to the total net rentable square footage in the building. See loss factor.

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A shopkeeper Naeem Hassan said, 'The core factor behind the rise of artificial jewellery is reduction in the purchasing-power of the customers, who cannot afford to buy gold.
In this regard, apart from the transport costs, the reliability of the hinterland link becomes a core factor in competition, among other factors.
More critically, it undermines the basis of trust that is a core factor in the nourishment of civil society in a developing democracy.
The President said in anyway a Member of Parliament or a President is not a factor of the power and all the time the general public is the core factor of the power.
This system, which has gained local and global recognition for its high level of innovation, has been a core factor in DEWA achieving the world's leading service standards for the services it currently provides.
Their topics include the influence of the crowd-sourcing business model on artificial intelligence, promoting critical thinking in the modern learning environments, an imagination of organizations in the future: rethinking McKinsey's 7S model, the organization of the future and the marketing function: marketers' competencies in the era of information technology, decision-making models of the human-operator as an element of the socio-technical systems, and competencies as a core factor impacting market research usage in Poland: luxury of thriving business or necessity of struggling one--state of market research in Poland.
However, high demand of the expertise in Reconfigurable Devices at national and international market, availability of skilled human resource is a core factor.
Those policy documents are the Technical Support Policies, and beginning with contracts sometime in 2008, the Processor Core Factor Table.
BHK)), the new combustion test facility was built to achieve more advanced combustion technologies - the core factor in boiler business - in terms of lower emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx), less unburned combustibles, lower excess air ratio, etc.
This shows that factors which accounts for food inflation is the core factor, which likely will increase inflation.
Some readers might think Esposito overplays his hand, suggesting that funerals and festivals do not constitute the core factor in the construction of modern nation-states.
e*VC is not confined solely to technology investments, but technology is often a core factor that creates the level of scalability required in a VC deal