- the act of augmenting
- the statement of a theme in notes of greater duration (usually twice the length of the original)
- the amount by which something increases
- The augmentation of juvenile delinquency is a serious problem.
- Flight crew augmentation
- Flight Crew Augmentation
- Localisation augmentation (where applicable).
- In addition, it could, if necessary, request through the EUMC, manpower for temporary augmentation from the EU Member States.
- It contributes to the key nucleus reinforced, and to further augmentation, as required, of the EU Ops Centre.
- It contributes to the key nucleus reinforced, and to further augmentation, as required, of the EU Ops Centre;
- In addition, it could, if necessary, request through the EUMC, manpower for temporary augmentation from the EU Member States;
- the result of artificial recharge or augmentation of bodies of groundwater authorised in accordance with Article 11(3)(f) of Directive 2000/60/EC;
- Toll Chargers shall use the information received to identify problem areas and, where necessary, provide augmentation localisation signals, in agreement with EETS Providers.
- the Authority shall set the requirements in connection with the augmentation of a basic flight crew for the purpose of extending the flight duty period beyond the limits in OPS 1.1105 above;
- Directive 2000/60/EC sets out the requirement of controls including a requirement for prior authorisation of artificial recharge or augmentation of bodies of groundwater, provided that the use of the source does not compromise the achievement of the environmental objectives established for the source or the recharged or augmented body of groundwater.
- As the European ester is made traditionally of rapeseed (raw material of better quality than the palm or soya used for the production of B99), the augmentation in the number of producers in Europe would therefore mean more products of better quality that would result in a drop in the prices of the ester, for the consumer's final benefit.
- Member States should be able to continue to apply national provisions on flight and duty time limitations and rest requirements for crew members in areas that are at present not covered by Subpart Q of Annex III, e.g. the maximum daily flight duty period for single pilot operations and emergency medical operations, provisions regarding the reduction of flight duty periods, or the augmentation of rest periods when crossing multiple time zones.