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Our ECO line is set to compete against the multitude of cheap offers at the bottom end of the performance scale, with a machine program that is comparable in price but far superior in technology.
A traditional rocket launch costs tens of millions of dollars, even for those at the bottom of the price and performance scale.
94); (2) a 7-item self-efficacy for learning and performance scale intended to assess perceptions of expectancy for success and confidence in one's ability to perform the learning task (alpha = .
Companies need to consider how much compensation they are tying up in dead weight at the bottom of the performance scale," says Tom Agnew, a senior consultant at Hay Insight, the Hay Group's employee survey division.
Ofsted said on its performance scale, achievement was satisfactory or better in 75 per cent of vocational GCSE lessons, at least good in a third and unsatisfactory in a quarter.
Additional controllers may be added as needed to provide greater resiliency and performance scale.
The mean performance scale subtest score was 106 for the infected children, compared with 111 for the uninfected children.
In addition, a Quick Guide to the Scoring Rules explains the Cognitive Performance Scale (CPS[C]) research diagram to better assess a resident.
The performance scale of the Allrounders now ranges from clamping forces of 150 to 4,000 kN.
The organizational performance scale includes eleven performance criteria derived from the CNNfn.

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