Those actions required for the care of machinery, a building, etc., to keep it clean and in proper functioning condition, and to prevent or forestall damage due to normal use.
A condition in which the body is maintained without an increase or decrease in body weight and with no production or work being done.
Repair service, including periodic inspections and tests, required to keep the fire alarm system and its component parts in an operative condition at all times, together with replacement of the system or its components when they become undependable or inoperable for any reason.
To conserve, as nearly as possible, the original condition of infrastructure assets. Maintenance should be carried out in a manner most likely to minimize the total cost to society of the preservation of the asset and its utilization.
The act of maintaining; sustenance; support; defense; vindication.
That which maintains or supports; means of sustenance; supply of necessaries and conveniences.
Payments, such as child support or alimony, to a dependent child not living with one or to a divorced wife.
Contract: Please see our â€œMaintenance and Supportâ€ section for further information.
The implementation of changes in the technical infrastructure that can result from such things as errors in the application software, necessary extension of the functionality, or technical developments in the area of hardware and basic software.
this activity is concerned with correcting errors or defects in a product. It is intended to correct the problem and make the product operate according to specifications. In most organizations, this represents approximately 5% to 10% of the systems development work effort. (See Modification/Improvement).
One of the CTI capabilities in the TSAPI Library, which software developers can write into their TSAPI-compliant applications.
the activity during which minor enhancements (a.k.a., adaptive maintenance) and corrections (a.k.a., perfective maintenance) are made to an application while it is in use by the user organizations.
Maintenance is a software package, which allows one to simplify administration tasks on UNIX-like systems. Using Maintenance MAKE-based scripting language, users can maintain his/her files in order; automate and schedule administration tasks; and more.
is the activity involved in maintaining something in good working order. May include replacement of signifcant portions of the item(s) being maintained.
Maintain your loan by keeping your loans up to date. Not having your loans current at the end of every month will put your account in arrears.
Expression comprising all technical and administrative surveyance required to assure that an item is (mostly a machine) maintained in a condition in which it can keep performing its function well.
Maintenance, also referred to as "minimum maintenance" or "maintenance requirement",...
Cash and/or securities deposited in a brokerage account to fulfill the margin requirements of the brokerage and NASD. see also house maintenance requirement, health maintenance organization, remargining.
The minimum equity required to be kept in a margin account. Current NASD/ NYSE maintenance requirements are 25% for a long position and 30% for a short position.
See maintenance margin.
Work proactively done to prevent unexpected pump breakdown.
The work you must do to keep your home in good condition.
Websites become dated quicker than you might think. Without regular maintenance, sites can begin to look old and unused. Since the web is an immediate medium, visitors to your website will expect it to be updated frequently. Even if all you do is move things around a bit on the homepage of your site, you should keep your content fresh and working with regular site maintenance. See thewebtailor's guide to maintenance for more information.
It is important to keep your site up-to-date. We offer a variety of webmaster maintenance options: If you are likely to have only occasional amendments to your site, Plan A will be sufficient - just pay for the changes as and when required. However, you may wish to advertise special offers, availability of holiday accommodation, etc. In which case you simply select either Plan B or C whichever best suits your requirements. These amendments are not intended to be major re-writings of your site, simply minor alterations to keep the text up-to-date, typically involving not more than half an hours work each time. If you have any queries please ask for clarification. We will keep a back-up copy of your site for emergencies and back it up every time it is amended.
Monthly charges paid by the owner or tenant of a cooperative building for that person's share of costs of keeping the common-use portions of the building in good condition. This includes the daily cost to operate the building and it is calculated based on each individual unit.
In property parlance, the keeping of a building, structure or other physical feature in a specified condition eg. wind and weather tight conditions. The approved cost of maintenance may be deductible for income taxation.
This refers to the amount of monthly charges paid by an individual cooperative owner called a shareholder to the cooperative as their proportionate share of the expenses of the building. Maintenance is comprised of four components: 1) The daily cost to run and operate the building; 2) The shareholders proportionate share of the building's underlying mortgage and 3) the shareholders proportionate share of the building's local real estate taxes 4) Other expenses necessary to support the building as determined by the cooperative's governing documents and/or the board of directors.
is the monthly charge paid by cooperative tenant/shareholders to cover the building's operating costs, real estate taxes and debt service on the building's underlying mortgage. The Market Value is the most probable price that a property should bring if exposed for sale in the open market for a reasonable period of time, with both the buyer and seller aware of current market conditions, neither being under duress. Mortgage Broker is the real estate professional who represents an array of banks seeking to issue mortgages. This person meets with a customer, assists with the mortgage application and effectuates the mortgage process on behalf of the borrower and the bank. Generally, the mortgage broker is paid a fee by the bank for this service.
A stage of behaviour change, in which a dependent user actively tries to remain abstinent.
an active process mediated by Long Osk
The set of activities which result in changes to the originally accepted baseline product set, in order to keep the system functioning in an evolving, expanding user and operational environment.
Periodic expenditure needed to preserve a property's original status rather than to improve that property. Activity required to compensate for wear and tear.
Living expenses while attending a college or university, including room (living quarters), board (meals), books, clothing, laundry, local transportation, and miscellaneous expenses.
The monthly stipend provided by your contract to cover living expenses during your program.
Refers to the expenses of attending a university, including room (living quarters) and board (meals), books, clothing, laundry, local transportation, and incidentals.
Expenses related with attending a college/university, including accommodation, fooding, books, clothing, laundry, local transportation, and incidentals.
An officious or unlawful intermeddling in a cause depending between others, by assisting either party with money or means to carry it on. See Champerty.
Unlawful intervening or meddling in an action before a court to assist either party by money, or other means, to carry the case to a successful conclusion, possibly to share in the advantage of winning the case; usually linked with champerty. (Hogue, Arthur R. Origins of the Common Law, 256)
A legally enforceable payment made to assist in the cost of bringing up a dependent
The patient is given a prescription for an amount of buprenorphine (determined during the stabilization phase of treatment) and monitored by the physician on a weekly or monthly basis, depending on the patient's needs.
Part of a leukemia protocol for treating ALL. It follows the intensive induction and consolidation phases and helps destroy any remaining cancer cells.
The phase of treatment when the person is taking a stable dose and working with a physician or counselor to address other issues affecting his/her dependence and ability to rebuild his/her life. | Close window
Feed needed by an animal to keep a constant body condition. Extra feed energy is then used for production such as meat, milk, wool, eggs, Nutritionists thus talk about maintenance and production.
Activities that keep capital assets in a workable condition and allow their useful lives to be met.
Stage in production cycle when the ewe neither gains nor loses weight or condition.
means the maintenance of the Cemetery as defined under Care.
The care and procedures necessary to keep a battery in usable condition, such as reconditioning and water addition to electrolyte of a vented cell.
Maintenance of the property is considered a recurring carrying cost. It includes all monthly utilities, lawn care, snow removal, etc.