loss of opportunity

loss of opportunity

noun cost of removing from use, deprivation, forfeiture, loss of availability, loss of productivity, loss of prospective benefit, loss of readiiess, loss of use, privation, removal, sacrifice
Associated concepts: interference with contractual relations, loss of opportunity doctrine
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My concern is about motivation because some commercial interests will see it as a loss of opportunity for them to sell their products through advertising.
The loss of opportunity for some of the most talented people in our community because of their background is not only a personal tragedy for them, but it means we lose out on advancing our economy.
He said that the promises made in the AP Reorganization Act 2014 were tokenism and will not be able to compensate the loss of opportunity for the people due to the bifurcation of the state.
A proper discussion should take place in the house and afterwards the government can reach to a conclusion so that no student suffers from loss, all the Indian languages are respected and any sort of loss of opportunity must not happen to any student," he added.
loss of opportunity to gain and maintain employment for reasons of care for people with reduced self-sufficiency
Given the accumulated frustration and loss of opportunity for the country, it's really time that people begin to speak up for the middle ground.
3 billion per month export loss, retrenchment of 3 million workers and loss of opportunity arising out of much-likely GSP plus status from the EU.
The ban was initially adopted after resident hunters feared a loss of opportunity from increased hunting pressure on public land and from private land leases by guides.
While this will bring the contract to an end you will leave yourself open to an action for damages which will include the buyer's costs, removal costs, abortive fees, surveyor's fees, mortgage costs and ultimately loss of opportunity as well as possible costs relating to the buyer's sale which will also prove abortive due to your failure to complete.
UPS would also have to adjust to the loss of opportunity, said Philip Scholte at Rabobank: "This is going to make it hard for UPS to increase its position in Europe on its own.
Letters are always a good guide to what is going on and this one is no exception: SIR, "Spinster" seems to be considerably alarmed in finding that two German girl refugees are going to marry two Gateshead English boys and, while moralising on marriages of convenience expresses her consternation at the loss of opportunity suffered by English girls in consequence.
There are indirect jobs to consider and the future loss of opportunity," the mayor said.