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project

[′prä‚jekt]
(engineering)
A specifically defined task within a research and development field, which is established to meet a single requirement, either stated or anticipated, for research data, an end item of material, a major component, or a technique.

Project

The total activity that is to be undertaken, whether a construction or renovation project, that is the total construction work to be performed under the contract documents.

project

1. A construction undertaking, composed of one or more buildings and the site improvements, planned and executed in a fixed time period.
2. In an office, a job or a commission.
3. A planned, large apartment building or housing complex, usually built at minimum cost with government funds for low-income families; also called a housing project.
4. The total construction designed by the architect, of which the work performed under the contract documents may be the whole or a part.

PROJECT

Subsystem of ICES. Sammet 1969, p.616.
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The sample size is too small and the sampling methods too nonrepresentative for focus groups to provide projectable data, even if you're conducting a number of groups.
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Does anyone believe that the response you got would not be projectable against the remaining names, even if you only got 15 responses?
Maintaining a representative and projectable probability sample across all markets;
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In addition to the special projectable floor that Chris danced on, there were overhead cameras that were placed above the stage to capture the performance from multiple positions.
The survey was conducted in September and October 2009 among a random, demographically projectable cross-section sample of women in the United States with a median age of 49 and a median income of $50,200.

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