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Synonyms for goal

the state of affairs that a plan is intended to achieve and that (when achieved) terminates behavior intended to achieve it

the place designated as the end (as of a race or journey)

game equipment consisting of the place toward which players of a game try to advance a ball or puck in order to score points

a successful attempt at scoring

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Ahmad Ali Tiwana scored two goals and Usman Haye scored one goal for the winners while Newage Cables Sameer Habib Oberoi and Adnan Jalil Azam was the scorer.
In this paper we track the effectiveness of various methods of throwing at the goal used by players in the game of handball.
Walnut (19-6-1) tied the score in the 55th minute on a Brittany Seamen goal, and had several quality opportunities thereafter.
In order to measure students' personal beliefs about student-led conferences, goal development, and self-regulated learning, the students were asked to provide demographic information (age, sex, and years of attendance) as well as to complete the following attitudinal questionnaire.
Again, a turnover of the ball will produce a productive counter-attack near the goal.
These questions will spawn four or five truly significant goals that capture the imagination of the members.
It is futile clinical care if the desired goals are not met or the desired results cannot be achieved.
Nordstrom executives accomplished this by establishing a "stretch" value growth goal that would put the company in the top quartile of its peer set in shareholder returns (in this case, around 15 percent annually).
Developmental characteristics of campers seem to be a perfect match to handle and foster co-creation through cooperative goal setting.
While it's important to know the difference between short-and long-term goals, every goal you make for yourself needs to be SMART.
Meanwhile, instead of working to meet goals, the employee has spent hours worrying about a possible negative report and a small salary increase.
Because some of these plans may not succeed when set in motion, hopeful persons produce many such plans in order to circumvent possible obstacles to goal accomplishment.
Few studies have examined both barriers to and facilitators of career goal attainment.
Use the results of your personal survey to guide you with goal setting.
The strategic plan also contains a series of objectives under each goal, and for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2001, the Executive Committee has assigned priority to the following objectives: