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This negotiation is more accomplishable for theological loci that address Christian realities within the scope of history.
It is unlikely that culture change and the work leading up to it would be accomplishable in a period of 30 months, particularly if the change is a considerable departure from the organization's status quo as lean manufacturing might be to some.
Forty-five minutes of invaluable advice and stimulating mental exercises prior to a day's conference or meetings in the hotel's Doyle Suite, will ensure that the delegates' attitudes and work ethics will be hugely improved and will make anything accomplishable.
Seeing the project from conception to completion, the sense of empowerment from achieving an accomplishable outcome, and having long-held practitioner's knowledge confirmed through effective social science have contributed to the revitalization.
16) "'Readily achievable' means easily accomplishable and able to be carried out without much difficulty and expense.
x] emissions by the amount accomplishable "at a cost of $2000 or less per ton.
This easy-to-use, easy-to-read guide simplifies a seemingly mammoth task into accomplishable baby steps.
Does the person have difficulty distinguishing between what is realistically accomplishable and what is not?
The chronic, persistent, inescapable dissonance between what a person would like to do or become and what seems accomplishable triggers biological signals that are antecedent of chronic disease development.
The numbers are tight, but it is accomplishable, and a return can be realized.
The law states that physical barriers must be removed if removal is "readily achievable," which is defined as "easily accomplishable and able to be carried out without much difficulty or expense.