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Operator

One who holds the working or operating rights in a gas or oil activity and is obligated for the costs of development and production.
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In short, as the Constitution has taken the utmost care that they shall be men of talents and integrity, we have reason to be persuaded that the treaties they make will be as advantageous as, all circumstances considered, could be made; and so far as the fear of punishment and disgrace can operate, that motive to good behavior is amply afforded by the article on the subject of impeachments.
It is customary to assume that, in such cases, the past operates by modifying the structure of the brain, not directly.
The second mnemic principle, or "Law of Ekphory," is as follows: "The partial return of the energetic situation which formerly worked engraphically operates ekphorically on a simultaneous engram-complex" (ib.
Merely to operate this system requires an army of more than five thousand girls.
SkyWest operates 397 aircraft under codeshare agreements with United Airlines and Delta, providing 2,512 daily flights to 239 cities.
After the proposed merger and divestiture, BB&T would operate the largest depository institution in the market, controlling deposits of $138.
The electrical cost associated with the high fan hp of the wet system and associated water system pumps (that operate continuously) are the primary energy consumers.
According to CFO Thomas Kleibl, the airline also would like to dispose of its two A340-200s, which are too expensive to operate, but cannot find a buyer.
Not only do suburban office projects continue to be more economical to operate than the typical downtown property, in 1996 total operating expenses for suburban offices were a full 10 percent less than those of their CBD equivalents.
The carrier will operate one daily morning flight except Saturdays and one daily evening flight on the route.