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road map

[′rōd ‚map]
(mapping)
A map showing the roadways of a specified area.
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She noted that the amendments are aimed at the implementation of the tasks set before the ministry in the strategic road maps.
This kind of road map to individual and team success has been the model for leaders attempting to push themselves and their organizations to reach the highest levels of achievement for decades.
He said the road map on Armenia's joining the Customs Union will be prepared by the end of November, RIA Novosti
The European Commission officially handed the young country of Kosovo a road map for visa liberalisation, on 14 June.
Originally introduced in 2005, the three road maps one each for treatment-naive patients, treated patients who had not reached the hemoglobin [A.sub.1c] (Hb[A.sub.1c]) target, and patients at high risk for progression to diabetes--offered specific guidance for meeting existing diabetes treatment guidelines.
The road maps dearly tell you what to do, step by step, to meet and maintain the 6.5% [A.sub.1c] goal," said Dr.
Section II contains the detailed working documents used to achieve our vision as expressed in the measures, initiatives--the road maps."
Anyone trying to refold an opened road map is wrestling with the same sort of challenges confronted by origami designers and sheet metal benders.
In industry, they spent adequate funds to formulate good road maps. Examples are more than P30 million for electronics, P20 million for automotive, and P10 million for cement.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will study the possibility of rendering technical assistance to Azerbaijan within implementation of strategic road maps, the Ministry of Economy said on January 15.