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Synonyms for achievable

capable of existing or taking place or proving true

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It is pertinent to mention here that Minister of Commerce Minister for Commerce Engineer Khurram Dastgir Khan announced Strategic Trade Policy Framework 2015-18, fixing a realistic and achievable export target of $35 billion.
Even in the last 15 overs, if you require eight an over with five overs of Powerplay, that is very much achievable.
At this moment in time this section is not achievable but could become so.
Rejecting the complaints, the ASA noted that the testing appeared to demonstrate the results were achievable.
We have concluded that the proposed 70% target is not achievable.
It is important that they both should be achievable, he said.
We believe Dubai's target of a 20% reduction in CO2 from hotels is ambitious but achievable," said Oberlin.
Private businesses that are open to the public are required to remove existing architectural and communication barriers that are structural in nature, if removal is "readily achievable.
Manufacturers must comply with Section 255 when it is readily achievable (i.
Department of Energy concludes that using wind power to generate 20 percent of the nation's electricity is achievable, without any new technological breakthroughs.
At this stage in the Iraq war, the United States "must honestly assess what is achievable in Iraq using the traditional just-war principle of 'probability of success,' including the probability of contributing to a responsible transition," said Archbishop Edwin F.
The dispute centred on an average achievable land price that was to be used to calculate how much extra Connolly should be paid if there was any increase in land values before completion of the sale.
EPA is required to base emissions limits on maximum achievable control technology (MACT), defined as the average of the best-performing 12% of sources.
Late last month, President Bush called Pace's assessment "an interesting construct," at the same time declaring that "victory in Iraq is achievable.