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Most patients who are concerned with weight loss, for one reason or another, know what road they should be taking to achieve success, the latter being defined as follows: losing an amount of weight in the range of what one can reasonably expect to lose and then keeping it off indefinitely.
Second of all, some of those who achieve success seemingly through a fad diet did it by starting out on that diet, achieving early, seemingly easy, weight-loss, but then were able to switch over on their own to the "healthy-eating/regular-exercise" pattern for the long run.
industrial base, and achieves the acquisition goals discussed above.
OSD achieves new levels of performance and durability by incorporating dramatic improvements in four key areas of optical storage technology.
He achieves all 8 reps in succession and records this in the "Reps Achieved" column in the accompanying table.
Just as the Olympic athlete achieves a new world record, then immediately sets out to break it, so will hospitals conducting clinical benchmarking continuously seek to improve the benchmark.
|Universal' Grooved-Feed Extruder Achieves Higher Throughput
A market economy achieves maximum production and growth by allowing market prices to allocate resources.
If Stonecipher achieves his goal, this figure will rise dramatically.
"Students, staff, governors and parents are all working together to continually raise standards and to ensure each child achieves their full potential."
(+/- 0.3 mm) and achieves a surface finish of 9 microns (0.009 mm).
The new transistor achieves output power of 174W at 6GHz, the highest level of performance yet reported at this frequency.
But superb execution of a strategy that achieves only incremental gains is no longer the answer.
It is difficult because the population tends to be highly variable, requiring a larger sample to drive the sampling variability to anywhere near 10 percent and it is expensive and intrusive to make a determination about the qualifying activity for each sampled project or employee, making it costly to achieve large samples.
The term "partnering" offers the means to achieve more thorough the combination of talents and resources.
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