We found a statistically significant increase in utilization (both extensive and total) only for heart disease.
We also have huge regional swings in the utilization of various procedures and services that bear no relation to outcomes.
utilization went up, out-of-pocket expenditure went down, and the freqency of depression diagnoses was lower.
The second was missionary propaganda, the utilization of the same weapon which the enemy so trenchantly wieldedthat of persuasion.
The utilization of credit begins, as we have seen, with the very planting of the crop.
The utilization of her ability is all that is needed to regenerate city life.
utilization of natural cover; construction of fieldworks and obstacles.
Nature itself is simply the principle of the utilization of creative life.
It was on rapidity, quick judgment, the utilization of seconds, that he depended.
The entire trend of progress is toward the continued discovery of finer cosmic forces and their utilization in practical affairs.
1807, from French utiliser, from Italian utilizzare, from utile "usable," from Latin utilis "usable," from uti (see use (v.)).
Utilize is fast antiquating improve, in the sense of 'turn to account.' [Fitzedward Hall, "Modern English," 1873]