scheduled target


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scheduled target

[′skej·əld ′tär·gət]
(ordnance)
A planned target on which a nuclear weapon is to be delivered at a specific time during the operation of the supported force.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The stage is now set for an epic Prix Jacques le Marois at Deauville as Valixir has been earmarked for the straight mile contest, a Group 1 which is also the next scheduled target for the unbeaten dual-Classic winner Divine Proportions.
The new capital dwarfs the initially scheduled target procurement of 300 billion yen as more institutional investors subscribed to the securities than the bank had expected, Mizuho officials said.
It includes a set of activities and scheduled targets essential to raise children up and enhance their personality and ability to establish healthy social relationships.
However, according to a study by the Independent Project Analysis Institute, major capital projects worldwide are found to have a 60% failure rate in terms of meeting cost or scheduled targets.
Answering a question on the Coalition forces plan to attack Al-Qaeda sites in Yemen, Asiri said the overall plan does not specify Al-Qaeda or ISIS but has specified scheduled targets on the ground to achieve the goals of restoring the legitimacy in Yemen, led by President Abdrabbo Mansour Hadi.