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Tangible

Possessing a physical form that can be touched or felt.

Tangible refers to that which can be seen, weighed, measured, or apprehended by the senses. A tangible object is something that is real and substantial. An automobile is an example of tangible Personal Property.

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"This is a vital technology partnership that will tangibly contribute to all aspects of our offering and visibly enhance the entire experience for our customers," added Arshi Islam, CEO of Al Hail ORIX Finance.
An independent candidate is also in the running, but is not expected to alter the contest tangibly.
"The rehabilitation of 498 land plots has also progressed tangibly reaching 88 per cent," said Al-Hamer, adding that work to link the entrance to the first phase with the road network has so far reached 85 per cent.
"The rehabilitation of 498 land plots has also progressed tangibly reaching 88%", said Al-Hamer, adding that work to link entrance to the first phase with the road network has so far reached 85%.
Xie's aptitude for unlikely metaphors leaves everything open to swift transformation in this collection, the vivid world of her poems becoming as elastic as her own marvelous lyricism as she pries tangibly and intelligently into different ways of seeing and being.
According to an IMF report, the average budget deficit in the GCC member states had dropped tangibly from 12 per cent of the gross domestic product in 2016, down to 6pc last year.
Elaborating, Putin said the Russian economy tangibly recovered, where inflation stood at 2.5 percent, in addition to noticeable growth in the hard currencies' reserves.
"We are extremely honoured to be part of the journey to raise the standards of football locally and this is one of the ways we are tangibly doing it.
Nicky said "The People's Postcode Lottery is a fantastic way for community groups and charities, particularly those who may not be used to making funding applications, to further their aims and tangibly improve the lives of people in and around Loughborough.
CEO Jonathan Baliff says: "While the third quarter results tangibly demonstrate efforts like the OEM cost recoveries, the remainder of fiscal 2018 will remain challenging due to continued oversupply of aircraft and limited visibility into our clients' demand for aviation services.
Several citizens of the county, who spoken with this paper recently, claimed local officials, including lawmakers have failed to account for the funds or to tangibly point to the Chief Jallah Lone Memorial High School.
The pillars of the CB will position the Bank to tangibly deliver on its High 5s agenda in Somalia.