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Resiliency

Speed with which new orders respond to a change in prices.

Resiliency

The ability of equipment to continue to function at the same level even after its components stop working. This can be an important concept for complex machinery.
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Maersk Resilient has since May 2015 been stacked at Invergordon in Scotland, where the rig has undergone various maintenance work.
Resilient individuals react positively to events, while nonresilient individuals become pessimistic, fail to develop, and allow events to destroy them emotionally and physically.
Implementing a resilient infrastructure recovery and risk transfer initiative to deploy private-market assets to improve or repair critical systems after a disruptive event.
The partnership is the latest in a series of announcements relating to Resilient System's expansion into the EMEA territory, following the establishment of an EMEA office and senior sales and management appointments in the region.
Members of the 100 Resilient Cities network are leading the world in showing that not only is it possible to build urban resilience in every kind of city, but it's an imperative," said Dr.
Partnering with The Rockefeller Foundation and 100 Resilient Cities is a natural fit for AkzoNobel, following the launch of our Human Cities initiative in June," explained Buchner.
Brazil's apex bank has said that the nation's economy is resilient.
Representing constituents who are no strangers to catastrophic weather events, they introduced the Resilient Construction Amendment as the full Senate took up a water resources bill, which the Committee on Environment and Public Works (EPW) passed in March.
The company said it introduced the product after extensive research and testing, describing it as the industry's first antifouling coating and explaining it includes epoxy-polysiloxane, a compound of resins and hardeners that provides highly resilient hull protection.
The industry's first anti-fouling coating that includes epoxy-polysiloxane, a compound of resins and hardeners that provides highly resilient hull protection, has been launched following extensive research and testing, said Jotun in its statement.
The report, carried out by Experian and commissioned by the BBC, suggests that the South Wales Valleys would be the least resilient to cuts, which will be set out in the coalition Government's comprehensive spending review next week.
Without doubt those who are resilient will be in a better position than those who aren't.