ineffectiveness


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the condition or state of being incapable of accomplishing or effecting anything

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Next, the current year-to-date ineffectiveness will be reversed by crediting earnings of $111,000 for the 2016 Hedge and crediting an additional $20,000 to earnings for the 2017 Hedge, then offsetting those changes with a $131,000 debit to OCI.
The shortcut method allows an entity to assume that there is no ineffectiveness present without having to perform detailed effectiveness assessments otherwise requited to apply hedge accounting, and it allows an entity to not record any ineffectiveness related to the hedging relationship (ASC 815-20-25-104 through 106).
The most frequently reported symptoms were ineffectiveness (mean score, 0.
Ineffectiveness indicates feelings of poor self-efficacy, which has been linked to decreased adherence," the authors wrote.
Such a determination requires that the fundamentals of teaching competence be identified, since a shortfall in any of these fundamentals constitutes a potential cause of teacher ineffectiveness and thus a threat to teacher quality.
ISLAMABAD, 21 April , 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- The Islamabad High Court (IHC) here on Tuesday adjourned hearing of a writ against ineffectiveness of anti-smoking laws after directing the petitioner to make Ministry of Environment as respondent.
Hoss said that the disagreements, which were myriad during the ministerial drafting committee meetings, proved the government's ineffectiveness.
With a 22-page chapter devoted just to board meetings, this resource offers vital information not just on how the effectiveness or ineffectiveness of your boardroom deliberations affects your school system, but on all aspects of effective meetings, such as gaining control, planning an agenda, and increasing public participation.
It is self-evident that the current action shows the farce and ineffectiveness of placing notices on walls inviting selfexclusion.
THE inventor of the flu jab has warned it would do little to prevent a flu epidemic in Britain this winter, adding to fears about the vaccine's ineffectiveness.
If this is found to be true, it really shows the ineffectiveness of PCSOs.
Why plug along from day to day in a pedestrian rut of mediocrity, ineffectiveness and futility?
I am afraid the boot is on the other foot - anyone with a modicum of grey matter can easily research and determine the ineffectiveness and the complete madness of large scale wind generation.
What this demonstrates so well, it seems to me, is the complete ineffectiveness of military solutions to world problems.
From there, though, all that promise seemed to dissolve into a miasma of ineffectiveness and, ultimately, injury.