setback


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a change from better to worse

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an unfortunate happening that hinders or impedes

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The proposed algorithm is composed of two major steps, A) Deciding un-occupancy: it defines the mechanism to determine the room is un-occupied and setback can be applied, B) Determining setback temperature: it defines the mechanism to determine the value of setback temperature with comfort guarantee when guests come back to the room.
In fact, the business setback I was most concerned about was not being able to complete quality work efficiently, which would slowly erode our good reputation.
Every block of buildings even has setback regulations," the official said.
Look at the lesson you have learnt and ask yourself, what do I need to do to stop this sort of setback happening again?
However, those plans are now in serious doubt and Varian said on his website yesterday: "Unfortunately Kingston Hill has suffered a fresh training setback.
The recall is a setback for Honda as Japanese automakers try to rebuild market share they lost last year during a flare-up of tensions between Beijing and Tokyo over ownership of disputed islands in the South China Sea.
Suzanne and Bradley Folz said that the bylaw, which requires a 3-metre setback, is actually a conversion error from imperial to metric units and not in line with the one to 1.
UNITY A 10 km setback would clear our hills of noisy and ugly monstrosities, worshipped by a few green fanatics for their pie-in-the-sky emission savings.
Today, Lane County's riparian setback ordinance requires residential, agricultural and forestry properties adjacent to streams with flows greater than 1,000 cubic feet per second - for example, the McKenzie - to maintain setbacks that limit the amount of native riparian vegetation that can be removed, and limit development within the riparian areas (Lane Code 16.
An apologetic Liverpool manager Roy Hodgson has admitted their Carling Cup exit to Northampton is another setback in an up-and-down season so far.
JOHN Hammond is hoping Tryst can overcome a recent training setback and run a big race in the Royal Hunt Cup at Royal Ascot The lightly-raced five-year-old grey had a slight problem after winning his only start in France a month ago since being bought out of Sir Michael Stoute's stable at the sales last autumn.
COVENTRY light-heavyweight Rhys Davies says his latest setback will fuel his drive to the top.
EVERTON: The Toffees midfielder Mikel Arteta has suffered a setback in his recovery from a serious knee injury.
Miller had looked on course to be fit for the start of the season had to undergo another operation after suffering a setback in training.