Evaluation indexes should reflect the real situation of the public transit network system and require a clear evaluation concept, acquirable
data and better manoeuvrability.
Both non-dimmable GL-BR30/40 and TRIAC-dimmable GL-BR20D/30D/40D series, wherein the suffix "D" discriminates between non-dimmable and TRIAC-dimmable, are acquirable
to satisfy specific requirements.
By a free market, I mean a system in which private property is freely alienable and freely acquirable
, and there is no central allocation of resources.
All of the schemes are excellently supported with clearly designed worksheets (downloadable from the BFI's website, using a password which comes with each book) and with easily acquirable
video clips, many of which can be found on the BFI's Screenonline or similar free websites which are signposted in the text.
It will submit itself to the knowledge acquirable
by the heart.
water for plants is basically absent in the top layers of quarry spoil, or appears in small quantities only in spring and autumn .
Value of boundary lubrication frictional coefficient, due to this kind of friction mechanical complexity, is acquirable
in experiment only and in especial contact working conditions.
an improved investment environment coupled with privatization of state enterprises in a number of emerging market economies and the availability of acquirable
private sector companies in these countries).
Its modest price makes it acquirable
both for the reference library and for personal use.
Knowledge of Specifics Recall of % of Canadians considering entrepreneurship Knowledge of Terminology Definition of entrepreneurship Knowledge of Specific Facts Ability to list Timmons' acquirable
and desirable skills Knowledge of Ways and Means Awareness of Bhave's venture creation of Dealing with Specifics stages.
Elsewhere, I have spoken of the idea that custody is narrated by many young men as a place of relative respite from the violence and problems experienced in the community--that custodial environments can and do offer degrees of stability and security not readily available or acquirable
in "conventional" life.
7) In the language of game theory, representative agents can intuit outcomes by backward induction--not because they are abnormally gifted with super intelligence, but because such skill is highly beneficial and also acquirable
from life experience and/or specialized training.