Since its inception, it has been the fundamental measure
of digital capability for organisations that strive for online excellence.
Ms Bastidon added: The Commission needs to ensure that financial instruments providing guarantees to private investors are not the only source of funding available for the take-up of new technologies, and we would also like to see changes to vehicle weights and dimensions considered as a fundamental measure
to reduce carbon emissions.
One fundamental measure
to prevent medicalization of FGM is the creation of protocols, manuals and guidelines for health providers.
A fundamental measure
of our success is the willingness of new and existing clients to bring their hard-earned assets to us," said CEO Walt Bettinger, in a statement.
If the sanctions are to be suspended, the actions we are supposed to take will be limited to the level of suspension and will not [amount to] a fundamental measure
on the ground.
One, alone on the page, simply reads: "Mass is the numerical measure of inertia and a fundamental measure
of the matter in an object.
THE fundamental measure
of a civilised society should surely be that none of its citizens are allowed to go hungry.
Explaining its decision, the tribunal said: "In principle, the case for the introduction of such a fundamental measure
, whether used or not, needed to be compelling.
When it comes to overhead, there's a group of chief financial officers from several nonprofits that try to help tease out ways to show "how we should do that, some tweaking but the fundamental measure
of overhead is not something we think we should discontinue," said Berger.
The most fundamental measure
of any economy is employment, and confetti still littered the convention floor when Friday morning brought another lackluster employment report from the Labor Department.
Determined transmmissivity is one of the fundamental measure
of how good an aquifer is, transmmissivity indicate how easily groundwater can flow through a rock to a borehole.
A fundamental measure
of the rise time of a signal in the time domain is the frequency at which the harmonics begin to drop off more quickly than 1/f.