unsuccessfulness


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unsuccessfulness

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The condition of not achieving the desired end:
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His government's diplomatic unsuccessfulness lay in its inability to seek and accommodate military recommendations and advice and align them with the 'peace-seeking and peace-enabling' environment that it wanted to or could create.
These experiences have taught us that one cannot expect that students with trajectories of failure, of unsuccessfulness, seen and labeled as contumacious losers, will change on their own (as if change was an eminently individual fact) (4) and acquire a new perspective to face education and learning as necessary and important for their lives.
Also, this lesson is the last or final lessons of the computer field and the success or unsuccessfulness of the whole students depend on this lesson influencing on their future occupational issues directly.
The authors analyse the unsuccessfulness of the claims for compensation pursued by the mixed-descent NT Aborigines Lorna Cubillo and Peter Gunner against the state for perceived institutional violence as the product of a Western legal and historical framework of verifiable, objective truth that is unable to recognize cultural difference and so to value evidence within its own epistemological parameters.
To address a "'non-exclusive' audience," Hirschhorn has written, "means to face reality, failure, unsuccessfulness, the cruelty of disinterest, and the incommensurability of a complex situation." Indeed, it was this openness and unpredictability, and even the risk of failure, that gave the Gramsci Monument its vitality.
We thus do not look closer into the consumption process but follow the idea of the consequences of the unsuccessfulness and process nature in the customer and relationship perspective applied to best practice and support service in our study.
The unsuccessfulness of the display in achieving these purposes was due to the fact that the display's guidance information is provided in a digital format which is very sensitive, and also tracking a number for guidance is nearly impossible.
The assumed unsuccessfulness of GST was analysed by Lin et al.