What is operate on?

  • (verb): Perform surgery on.
    Synonyms: operate

Some articles on operate, operates, operate on:

Platinum Trains
... The company proposed to use two Class 180 units to operate two outbound and return journeys per day weekdays and one outbound and return per day at weekends between Aberdeen and London King's Cross ... In February 2009, the application to operate trains was denied by the Office of Rail Regulation (ORR), along with that of First Harrogate Trains ... had been highlighted in finding additional "paths" for the trains to operate in along the busy East Coast Main Line ...
Bennett Brook Railway - Locomotives
... to May is fire season, diesel engines will operate all services ... May to September is steam season, steam engines will operate weekend services when available and diesel engines will operate all other services ...
Rochester-Genesee Regional Transit Service - Regional Transit Service - Bus Routes
... Regional Transit Service operates 28 individual routes, most of which operate on a hub and spoke system from Downtown Rochester ... Suburban routes and park and ride routes operate from a transit center located at Broad and Chestnut Streets ... terminals, buses may be found to interline, in which a bus may operate between two or more different routes during scheduled runs ...
Longbridge Railway Station - Services
... During Monday-Saturday daytimes, northbound trains operate every 10 minutes between Longbridge and Birmingham New Street ... Southbound trains operate every 30 minutes to Redditch ... On Sundays, trains operate every 30 minutes between Redditch and Lichfield ...
Aviation Boatswain's Mates
... Aviation Boatswain's Mates (AB) operate, maintain, and perform organizational maintenance on catapults, arresting gear, barricades, and associated flightdeck launching and recovery equipment operate ...

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    It is not enough for theory to describe and analyse, it must itself be an event in the universe it describes. In order to do this theory must partake of and become the acceleration of this logic. It must tear itself from all referents and take pride only in the future. Theory must operate on time at the cost of a deliberate distortion of present reality.
    Jean Baudrillard (b. 1929)

    We operate exclusively with things that do not exist, with lines, surfaces, bodies, atoms, divisible time spans, divisible spaces—how could explanations be possible at all when we initially turn everything into images, into our images!
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    Nothing in the universe is contingent, but all things are conditioned to exist and operate in a particular manner by the necessity of the divine nature.
    Baruch (Benedict)