What is put to work?

  • (verb): Cause to work.
    Synonyms: work

Some articles on put, work:

Valve Actuator - Service Conditions
... The applications are often safety related, therefore the plant operators put high demands on the reliability of the devices ... decades which justifies the higher demands put on the lifetime of the devices ... The manufacturers put a lot of work and knowledge into corrosion protection ...
Put
... Put can refer to Put option, a financial contract between two parties, the buyer and the seller of the option The Biblical Put, the son of Ham and the grandson of Noah ... from the local system to the remote system (as compared to "get") Put (band), from Rijeka, Croatia Put, a 16th century card game The command put "..." in Turing (programming language) PUT may also be an ...
Kelvin Wilson - Club Career - Celtic
... His poor clearance allowed Steven Naismith to put Rangers in the lead ... After a lacklustre first season, Wilson put in an improved performance in the second leg of Celtic's Champions League play-off against Helsingborgs ... On 23 October 2012, Wilson put in one of the finest performances of his career, shutting out Lionel Messi in Celtic's narrow 2-1 defeat to Barcelona at Camp Nou ...
Phut
... Phut or Put (Hebrew פוט pûṭ Septuagint Greek Φουδ Phoud) is the third son of Ham (one of the sons of Noah), in the biblical Table of Nations ... Put (or Phut) is associated with Ancient Libya by many early writers ... Other biblical verses consistently refer to the descendants of Put as warriors ...
Convertible Bond - Redemption Options/strategies
... Soft put - can be redeemed for cash, stock or notes or a combination of all three at the company's discretion ... Hard put - payable only in cash Protective put - buying a put option for the underlying bond security Subordinated put - Convertible put - convert to share by ...

Famous quotes containing the words work and/or put:

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