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Facility

A loan extended by a bank to a business in need of operating capital. This may take several forms, from a short-term loan to a line of credit. Different banks have different facility plans for their clients who own or run businesses. See also: Debt financing.
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The second objective of the NCCF design team involved creating a facility that would blend into the natural surroundings of the community.
As a facility administrator, it is most curious that most of the technology that is employed in vocational rehabilitation is intellectual in nature.
A qualified continuing care facility is one or more facilities designed to provide services under continuing care contracts.
We learned that transportation to and from the facility was an issue because of downed trees and power lines.
But even if the facility has separate cooking facilities and does not provide frequent or continual nursing, medical or psychiatric care, don't give up the ship: Tax-exempt bonds may be used if the facility meets low-income set-aside requirements.
A zoning text amendment proposed by one Borough President would subject the provision of all community facilities to a City Planning commission authorization incorporating the finding that the community facility would not create "significant objectionable influences in residential areas".
The Senior Secured Working Capital Credit Facility is composed of a $75 million Term Loan and a $150 million Revolving Credit Facility (collectively, the "Facilities").
The federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, then the Health Care Financing Administration, implemented a new process to evaluate nursing facility care: a scope and severity grid, used to measure nursing facility deficiencies.
The question arises as the extent of a building owner's liability under the ADA in the remainder of a building that is a commercial facility, but not a place of public accommodation, when the owner leases space to an entity which operates a place of public accommodation.
A facility may be accessible if it meets the literal requirements of the design standard but be unusable due to operational or other factors.

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