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merit

Christianity spiritual credit granted or received for good works

merit

[′mer·ət]
(electronics)
A performance rating that governs the choice of a device for a particular application; it must be qualified to indicate type of rating, as in gain-bandwidth merit or signal-to-noise merit.
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* Malette Funeral Home & Monuments, Iroquois Falls (Award of Merit 1993)
For the first time a home schooled student, Madisson Symonette, a graduate of Lakeview Classical Academy, received a National Merit award.
KP Advisor to CM on E and SE Ziaullah Khan Bangash in his speech said that today is a historical day in the history of education, after teachers' selection on merit based system, all posting transfers will be made on merit, political involvement has no space in this system by using this latest technology.
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Lawson, now with Hanwood in the Premier League and Adderley in the Whitchurch, won the final 21-19 against four-time County Merit winner Farmer (Newport & Childs Ercall) after 28 contested the title.
Merit Network is a non-profit, member-owned organization that provides high-performance networking and services to research and education communities.
Merit conducts its business under the brand names of Lancaster in the paint sundries industry and EJ Welch in the flooring products and supplies industry.
Applicants have been asked to check their exclusive 'initial merit' on the JSMU website by providing, application number, applicant's name and father's name or the CNIC.
Merit said the purchase consideration was an upfront payment of USD 135m in cash with potential earn-out payments of an additional USD 15m for achievement of supply chain and scalability metrics, and up to an additional USD 50m for achievement of sales milestones.
The merit has been calculated as per the weightage formula of Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC), adding 10 per cent of matriculation, 40 per cent of intermediate and 50 per cent of entrance test marks.
Gilroy, the Leeds Merit winner, had powered through to the showpiece as a 4/1 chance whereas Gant (9/2) - who previously took the title against Paul Sigsworth in 2009 - had been pushed all the way.
To define merit in simplest of words it isto put the right man for the right job.