attainability


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Synonyms for attainability

the state of being achievable

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Time budget attainability is the level of accomplishment of the time budget to be achieved.
And clearly, Tongai Moyo's music is decorated by profound hope as he emphasizes the attainability of victory and therefore transcendence is projected as both a necessity and possibility in his push to push pessimism to the margins.
oil is confident about attainability of its 2013 targets due to buoyant dynamics of the Russian oil and gas field service market, an all-time high in the Company's service orders for 2013 as well as tight and efficient cost controls.
The ad shows that Aldi offers high-quality products by positioning them next to premium retailers, but also reinforces their attainability by displaying the low cost of each product as they appear on-screen.
He questioned the attainability of the VA's goal of having no claims pending more than 125 days and a two percent error rate by 2015.
The report published by the office of Brown and his wife, Sarah Brown, described the education situation in South Sudan as an opportunity to show the attainability of international development goals, even within fragile states.
Israel's illegal settlement campaign in destroying the contiguity, integrity and viability of the Palestinian Territory, and physically destroying the attainability of the two-State solution on the basis of 1967 borders," He added, "It is incumbent upon the international community to uphold the law and salvage of prospects for achieving a just and sustainable peace on the basis of the relevant UN resolutions, the Madrid Principles, the Arab Peace Initiative and the Quartet Roadmap.
Belief in the two-State solution is "particularly diminishing" as Israel continues its illegal settlement activities all over the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including Occupied East Jerusalem, "leading us to a point where many now openly question the attainability of that solution and the consideration of alternative solutions is on the rise.
The service is very intelligent as it will check the line attainability according to the customer's upgrade request, provide customer information regarding any line faults, and also provides them with a unique ticket number should they need to follow-up regarding any faults.
The service will check the line attainability according to the customer's upgrade request, provide customer information regarding any line faults, and also provides them with a unique ticket number should they need to follow-up regarding any faults.
On the other hand, developing markets such as Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Eastern Europe are picking up pace driven by increasing birth rate, better income and retail expansion, which has improved access and attainability.
We do it based on the industry requirement and industry attainability.
There's a lot of difference in the attainability of every age class and sex of deer we pursue.
The 14 papers include discussions of a two-dimensional variant of a theorem of Uraltseva and Urdaletova for higher-order variational problems, smooth approximations of solutions to nonconvex fully nonlinear elliptic equations, current and curvature varifolds in continuum mechanics, the fundamental solution of an elliptic equation in nondivergence form, the attainability of infima in the critical Sobolev trace embedding theorem on manifolds, and the global solvability of Navier-Stokes equations for a non-homogeneous non-Newtonian fluid.