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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.
Today, lenders are allowing owners to gross up all rents in a building to currently achievable levels.
Because construction and achievable rents are largely inflexible components of development economics, land prices are a crucial factor in the economic viability of a project.
Historically, accurate profile measurements in such applications were not achievable because traditional CCD-line sensors could not actively adjust to surface targets with varying colors and reflectivities, according to the company.
As part of this process, the agency is setting Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) standards for new and existing metalcasting and/or coremaking departments at any iron and steel foundry that is a major source.
Several factors will be considered in determining whether a modification is readily achievable, including the nature and cost of the modification, the financial resources of the party involved, the financial resources of the business, the impact of the modification on the operation of the facility and the effect of the modification on the profitability of the business.
Operating temperatures as high as 250[degrees]C are said to be achievable.
EPA management was in the final stages of its review of the draft proposal for the Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) National Emission Standard for Hazardous Air Pollutants for iron and steel foundries.