exactingness


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The indicators, along with the minimum thresholds of exactingness set by the literature (Forza and Filippini, 1998; Ju et al.
Exactingness is being perceived sickly, especially in the situations where the commander is younger and has less service experience.
The exactingness of both approaches is demonstrated on an illustrative example for the third order plant.
The Reform of CAP (influenced by GATT) ensures a balance on medium term between the mechanisms of Green Europe and the exactingness of international enlargement.