So there's a lot of capacity out there.
The lack of capacity has been known for a decade - in 2007 the $2.
Bennett is the province?? s largest dam, with 2,730 MW of capacity.
Sometimes NGOs in developing countries are themselves recipients of capacity building.
Public Transport in Tokyo is back to approximately 80% of capacity and the availability of food has greatly improved.
There is a need for the harmonisation of responsibilities and the strengthening of capacities in the relevant sectors.
Did the government utilize the existing resources compared to capacity? 2.
Added to this is, of course, supervisory failures due to capacity constraints.
The venue which was filled to capacity roared with excitement and praise as Mr.
The seating areas were already filled to capacity, with a few spectators hanging around the barricades.
Most experienced drivers are comfortable, and posted speed is maintained, but roads are close to capacity.
Laura Stack knows your to-do list is already packed to capacity, so she shows you how to accomplish more by doing less.
I guess I'd saying our society is more barred, taxed to capacity or disincentivized from multi-cellular activity than mono-cellular.
Worth noting is that a huge increase in capacity just for GO is required and some funding is coming from that source.
Compare the economic and environmental costs of various options for capacity expansion in the region.
Received and implemented a Bangladesh Government grant for capacity building in promoting research in Genetic Engineering &; Biotechnology.
It's clubs with capacity of about 2500 people like we had in Malaysia.
Apparently they were at capacity.
But then, after more waiting, another PR girl came to politely tell us we wouldn't get in, as the venue was at capacity.
PotashCorp is the largest producer, by capacity, of potash and third largest producer of nitrogen and phosphate.