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milestone

a stone pillar that shows the distance in miles to or from a place

milestone, milepost

A marker showing the distance in miles from a designated location; before the 19th century, such markers were especially helpful to those traveling between outlying communities.
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Milestone had three key demands: (1) total creative control; (2) copyright ownership; and (3) final say on merchandising and licensing deals.
Many benefits stem from defining clear milestones for R&D projects:
The core of a milestone process is agreeing what's going to get done by whom by when and then following up to make sure that gets done.
'We did not change the milestone but converted the distance from miles to kilometres,' said a senior RCB officer.
"We have recognised milestones for babies that are known to be important - for example smiling by eight weeks or walking at one year.
ALTERNATIVE MILESTONES Alternative milestones are highly individual, whatever age they happen, and might include: | Using fine motor skills to open doors on toys or press a button.
Based on this milestone agreement, Agenus is eligible to receive up to another USD505m in potential development, regulatory and commercial milestones from Incyte.
Also, Saniona may receive up to EUR90m in milestone payments including an upfront payment of EUR5m, which was paid upon signing of the agreement.
Programme enables easy deployment of the Milestone VMS with just a few clicks,
Total 13 cadets participated at the regiment camp from Milestone College BNCC Platoon.
MANAMA: Milestone Properties will showcase its key projects in Turkey during the Bahrain International Property Exhibition (Bipex) this year.
UK-based digital media and technology solutions provider Milestone Group (AIM: MSG) has signed a joint venture with Axis Stars Ltd.