ineffectiveness


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

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Financial and Operating Statistics (in thousands except per share amounts and operating statistics) Three Months Ended September 30, 2002 2001 % Change Statement of Operations Data Revenues (a) $37,729 $32,466 16% Net income (loss) before write-down and non-cash hedging ineffectiveness (b) $(2,126) $(194) NM Net income (loss) $(3,162) $(194) NM Basic and diluted earnings (loss) per share before write-down and non-cash hedging ineffectiveness (b) $(0.
For example, the standard for equivalence in effectiveness is often set very low due to the ineffectiveness of many standard chemotherapy regimens for the most common malignancies.
These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, risks relating to: the ineffectiveness of Arotech's internal control over financial reporting and disclosure controls and procedures; product and technology development; the uncertainty of the market for Arotech's products; changing economic conditions; delay, cancellation or non-renewal, in whole or in part, of contracts or of purchase orders; Arotech's ability to remain listed on the Nasdaq Stock Market in accordance with the Nasdaq's $1.
It is as fraught with ineffectiveness as it is expensive, it would never have thwarted the 9-11 attacks (because intelligence on attackers was solid, but its use was not), and it will open Americans to all kinds of identity theft, a problem that already costs the country billions of dollars a year.
But in a work that deals with the battle of the sexes, and the ineffectiveness of midlife exhaustion in the face of youthful sexuality, the staging falls flat.
More perplexing than the Lions' success on the mound is their ineffectiveness at the plate.
The fact that this company is seeking bankruptcy protection while competitors enjoy a major windfall is the ultimate indicator of Ormet management's ineffectiveness," McCall said.
What do we tell the people of Canoga Park or Venice of South Los Angeles about the relative ineffectiveness of well-meaning cops to fully protect the poor, the immigrants - the least of us - while U.
Sixty percent of the value destruction was attributable to strategic mistakes, such as misjudging customer demand or competitive pressure, or management ineffectiveness.
Biogenetic: family history of anorexia nervosa or affective disorder; Individual Personality Features: feelings of ineffectiveness, low interoceptive awareness, and being a "perfect child"; Family Characteristic: low independence
Other missing children had been found with far less assistance, and the ineffectiveness of this widespread campaign pretty much meant that Patz was dead.
The United States made the proposal at a previous meeting held in Tokyo last month, as it is frustrated over the ineffectiveness of the current accord in boosting the presence of foreign-made products in Japan.
261), I'd like to suggest that the ineffectiveness of drinking water in providing satiety, as opposed to water used to `soupify' the casserole, may be a result of swallowing compared with chewing.
Today, you can pick up any political publication or commentary, any news magazine or think tank catalog, any transcript of an interview with any key official of virtually every political stripe and find finger pointing and lamentation over the state of the tax code and the ineffectiveness and insincerity of the "other side" in addressing it.
In addition, standard ratio analysis does not differentiate the cause of poor performance between ineffectiveness and inefficiency.