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resource

an input (e.g. raw material, people, machinery) which is combined with other inputs to supply a good or service.
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Councillor Mikulin was resourceful, and the task not very difficult.
Kurt with a job to direct was altogether admirable; he was resourceful, helpful, considerate, swift.
He was so handy, so resourceful, that he invariably found a way to unravel the mechanical tangles that perplexed the first telephone agents, and this, too, without compelling them to spend large sums of capital.
RAWALPINDI -- - Punjab government is utilizing available resources to make women resourceful said Additional Secretary Culture, Information and Culture Department, Government of Punjab Saman Rai.
Contract awarded for 2016 resourceful one year middle school student Dong bus transport services to veterinary training estimate advertisements
Minsky's approach to artificial intelligence was built on the idea that there was no fundamental difference between humans and machines; in his book The Society of the Mind, he defined intelligence as the product of "the managed interaction of a diverse variety of resourceful agents.
When they were given RESOURCEFUL rotting wood packed with hard-to-reach bugs to feed on their behaviour changed, with "non-family" birds meeting up more.
In my business, my goal is to provide my clients with career development programs that help them become more resourceful, responsible and capable of achieving their desired results.
Like most rural people she was resourceful, generous and resilient.
But nobody knows what you mean when you say, Tm looking for a resourceful woman.
A group of resourceful French women (including Julie, daughter of Gerard, Depardieu) are enlisted into the British Special Operations Executive under the command of Louise Desfontaines (Sophie Marceau) and her brother Pierre.
Projects funded tend to be (a) small-scale, resourceful, and student-focused; (b) focused on character/moral education, conflict resolution, multiculturalism, community service, or other aspects of tolerance education; (c) clearly defined, well-integrated, and related to students' own life experiences; (d) creatively resourceful and economically responsible, involving staff participation, community volunteers, and in-kind contributions wherever possible; and (e) embedded, rather than one-time-only, events or activities that impact student and educator attitudes of discrimination and bias.