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I firmly believe an agreement in the coming days, while not certain, is achievable.
Live Theresa McKee, with Voyager Sopris Learning*, approached An Achievable Dream's school administrators with information about an interactive, blended-learning curriculum, LANGUAGE
It's perfect for experienced racers, achievable for newcomers and suitable for everyone in between.
Finance Minister reviewing the agenda for DPC, commented that the targets are achievable as they are the home grown reform agenda.
This is an achievable target and government through the policy framework has provided incentives to the business community which would help meet this goal, FPCCI Chairman Coordination, Malik Sohail Hussain told.
In the last 15 overs even 120 was very much achievable but the key is when your set batsmen are there, if one of them goes on till the end, whether you are setting a target or chasing.
This is an achievable part of the EMRR but if not connected to the Stainton Way link it would achieve nothing and become another road, in the area, going nowhere.
HSBC Holdings (LSE: HSBA) has said that a return on equity (ROE) of 20 per cent is achievable in Asia.
L'Oreal said results of consumer tests on participants found the benefits of the products were achievable.
Sir, Alupro and its members fully support the setting of future packaging recycling targets that are fair and equitable, realistic and challenging but, above all, achievable.
I see no reason why it should not be achievable if the will and determination are there," he said.
A target of reducing the high levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from Dubai's hotels by 20% by 2011 is "ambitious but achievable," according to a leading energy saving expert.