achievable

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  • They are a good example of what has been achievable with this medium.
  • He is allowed to do something only when his parents are sure, that given activities are achievable for him.
  • Smaller problems provide more achievable goals and there are an ever-increasing number of positive results.
  • Also, smaller problems provide more achievable goals and there are an ever-increasing number of positive results.
  • It would not be possible on hot days, but on normal days this would be achievable.
  • Unfortunately, a ten-year life was not achievable and many companies abandoned the technology.
  • This was not easily achievable due to lack of personnel to effect change.
  • The office of the future or paperless office has more become more achievable in modern times.
  • The ARTS will provide leadership and resources necessary to create an achievable marketing program.
  • Failure to meet previous goals often leads to setting lower (and more likely achievable) goals.
  • Accuracy levels of less than twenty million years in two-and-a-half billion years are achievable.
  • An achievable goal will usually answer the question How?
  • At least one of his later forms was designed to at least be achievable using parts from the other kits.
  • Experience shows that the possible number of channels achievable by this technique is still not enough.
  • Goals must be relevant and achievable for each country with support from the Bank.
  • Everything is possible; but without labour and failure nothing is achievable. Cited from David Elginbrod, by George MacDonald[Scottish]
  • The movement was growing, and many of its demands seemed achievable.
  • Because of the low tape speed, the achievable bit rate was limited.
  • Its maximum speed limit is, but this is only achievable in places on the southern part of the line.
  • The highest good is the object of pure practical reason, so we cannot use the latter unless we believe that the former is achievable.
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