limited capacity

limited capacity

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She had never been well within her daughter's knowledge; but, she had declined within the last few days, had continued sinking all through the night, and was now as nearly dead, as her limited capacity of being in any state that implied the ghost of an intention to get out of it, allowed.
Stroke is intensely indignant at this, and explains that what he has been endeavouring to do for the last ten minutes is to adapt his method to bow's limited capacity.
The deficiency was due to unavailability of some units of earthquake-affected geothermal plants in Leyte and limited capacity of power plants on Panay Island, it said.
services days from AvePoint, to reduce the overhead of creating reports to help govern the 2013 platform, piloting migration and to consolidate all our separate dashboards into a single platform as the support team has limited capacity and capability to do so.
Two weeks later, almost 100 staff lost their jobs and 38 were retained as the administrators continued to run the business in a limited capacity to fulfil a number of orders and look for a buyer for the business and its assets.
There is limited capacity and booking is essential, via contact@theoutsidechance.
Mero--said to he in recent talks with Shell over a stake--now appears to have upped its efforts in the wake of a recent halt of supplies due to limited capacity in the system.
Limited capacity increases are attributed to the current uncertain economic environment.
The event, which welcomes walkers home with a hot drink and soup at a rustic pub, has limited capacity so people are urged to sign up quick - last year's event sold out.
Ulster Council secretary Danny Murphy is adamant the game will go ahead there, despite its limited capacity of less than 25,000.
But fans will have to be quick if they want tickets for the September 14 gig as there is a limited capacity of 40,000.
Data from a survey of state officials in all 50 states reveal that: (1) State officials report limited capacity to support school improvement: only 16 states reported "moderate" capacity while 33 reported limited capacity; (2) Respondents in states with more challenging workloads perceived lower levels of capacity; and (3) State officials generally perceive expertise within the state education agency to be a strength, although they report lower levels of expertise regarding the needs of English language learners.

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