Optimise definition

Optimise or “Optimisation” means the blending of Your loads of wheat of various varietal segregations in accordance with instructions received by CBH from You through the LoadNet® Optimiser.
Optimise and “optimised” means the outcome of the process of optimisation, in which all exposures to ionising radiation of any member of the public and of the population as a whole resulting from the disposal of radioactive waste are kept as low as reasonably achievable, taking into account economic and social factors.
Optimise here means managing the system to provide water security at least cost, with a fair allocation of these costs to beneficiaries within a clear policy framework (for example, where the Government wants to control how much water is traded between Northern Victoria and Melbourne).

Examples of Optimise in a sentence

  • Optimise the achievement of our vision, mission, strategies, goals and objectives.2. Provide transparent and formal oversight of the risk and control environment to enable effective decision making.3. Enhance risk versus return within our risk appetite.

  • Reducing the battery consumptionYour device provides various options that help you conserve battery power.• Optimise the device using the device care feature.• When you are not using the device, turn off the screen by pressing the Power key.• Activate power saving mode.• Close unnecessary apps.• Deactivate the Bluetooth feature when not in use.• Deactivate auto-syncing of apps that need to be synced.• Decrease the backlight time.• Decrease the screen brightness.

  • Optimise the achievement of our vision, mission, strategies, goals and objectives.

  • The Company, by this Agreement, acquires no rights or licenses whatsoever connected with the Service and the software necessary for the Service or Optimise other than that explicitly set out in this Agreement.

  • Establish guidelines to ensure investments: • Meet legislative requirements;• Optimise investment income and returns within acceptable risk parameters;• Ensure that investments match the liquidity needs of the EMRC; and• Are invested at the most favourable rate of interest available to it at the time whilst having due consideration of risk and security for that investment type.

  • Reducing the battery consumptionYour device provides various options that help you conserve battery power.• Optimise the device using the device care feature.• When you are not using the device, turn off the screen by pressing the Side key.• Activate power saving mode.• Close unnecessary apps.• Deactivate the Bluetooth feature when not in use.• Deactivate auto-syncing of apps that need to be synced.• Decrease the backlight time.• Decrease the screen brightness.

  • Any problem with the functionality of the Service in question which Optimise is unable to resolve within 48 hours of becoming aware of the same.

  • Optimise the potential of the site to accommodate and sustain an appropriate amount of mix of development and support local facilities and transport networks.

  • Principle 3: Optimise productivity, efficiency, positive impacts and resilienceImplement plans, procedures and systems for continuous improvement.

  • Limit tail risk• Maintain strong capital and liquidity• Optimise Risk Return RPPC established and formalised the role of Risk Champion to ensure strengthened engagement between the office of the CRO and Business operating groups.


More Definitions of Optimise

Optimise means in relation to any Equipment, rendering that Equipment in a state such that it will meet the requirements of this Agreement.

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