unrealistically high

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  • This would later come into effect and give workers an unrealistically high level of power.
  • In agriculture this meant unrealistically high production goals and an even higher degree of collectivization than had already been achieved.
  • The United States government has dismissed these figures as unreliable and unrealistically high.
  • Unrealistically high expectations of academic success are often placed on gifted students by both parents and teachers.
  • The United States government has challenged these figures as being unreliable and unrealistically high.
  • In other words, inflated claimed figures that will meet the required certified sales amount but are unrealistically high from available certified sales, will not be used.
  • It should however be noted that these names are arbitrary and not universally accepted, and for many reactions these expectations may be unrealistically high.
  • However, the salary demands of haigui are considered unrealistically high by some employers.
  • Although men do make upward comparisons, research finds that more women make upward comparisons and are comparing themselves with unrealistically high standards presented in the media.
  • If the seller's price is unrealistically high and the agent cannot convince the seller otherwise, the agent can decline to list the property.
  • It is thus possible to repeatedly insert one's finger into the bulls eye hole during a game session and achieve an unrealistically high score.
  • The lack of quality friendly matches leading up to the 1998 World Cup lead to an unrealistically high expectation for the US team.
  • The NKVD employed a system of setting unrealistically high production goals, straining resources in an attempt to encourage higher productivity.
  • Some have warned that this success raised unrealistically high expectations that could lead to failure at the next Review Conference in 2015.
  • Low-quality power supply manufacturers sometimes take advantage of this overspecification by assigning unrealistically high power supply ratings, knowing that very few customers fully understand power supply ratings.
  • Computer manufacturers are known to configure their systems to give unrealistically high performance on benchmark tests that are not replicated in real usage.
  • Some fictional sources describe the projectile as moving at significant fractions of the speed of light, implying an unrealistically high amount of energy given current human capabilities.
  • Nevertheless, several historians regard Ammianus' figure as unrealistically high.
  • The first, that he deems unrealistically high, is that 50% of the immigrants to Brazil returned to their countries of origin.
  • But part of the problem was that the financial predictions were based on an unrealistically high forecast of visitor numbers at 12 million.
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