that you are well prepared
I think that with reliability we mean that the plans tha you propose are based on some spesific and realistic elements. With validity I think that we mean that these elements are true and modern.
W. F. Scott has written: 'Advanced life contingencies' 'Advanced life contingencies (Part D1)' 'Life contingencies (Part A2)'
realistic always base in facts ,things that existing.
Excuse me, but what does this mean?
Answer:SMART means: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Time-Bound.
Having the appearance of reality.
As real as possible.
"Fat free diet plans are not effective in the long term. You may lose weight initially but it is not realistic, or healthy, to maintain a fat free diet."
To create a thought that is realistic
If you mean realistic FIGURES, the one usually credited with this is Giotto di Bondone (1267-1337). I doubt there is any information about realistic FINGERS.
it means realistic non fiction
. it means when soomethinmg is fancy and realistic
When the status on a property is listed as "Contingent w/no kick-out" (CNKO) it means that an offer has been presented to the seller with contingencies, and if those contingencies are not satisfied, then the seller may take another offer. A "kick-out" clause is sometimes used if a seller wants to reserve the option to accept a better offer, once the property is under contract. A "no kick-out" clause means that the seller relinquishes this option once his/her home is under contract. So, in your example "Contingent w/no kick-out" means that the seller has accepted an offer with contingencies, but cannot accept another offer unless those contingencies are not satisfied.
When you write realistic dialogue, it should sound as though a real person might have spoken it. Contractions, slang and fragmented sentences are all useful in making dialogue sound realistic.
It mean nothing, some dreams are really realistic that you can feel it.
Yes. The word 'prescience' is a noun. It does not mean pre-science but rather "foreknowledge" -- it is typically used to mean foresight, or planning ahead for contingencies. The noun 'prescience' is a word for a thing.
if you mean the plans for 'Germania', then very little. if you mean about the Holocaust, then the plans that were made were not made very far in advance and they weren't made by Hitler.
"Frimton" is gibberish - sounds realistic, but is not a word.
It means the property can still be shown and offers submitted. The offer that is currently on the property may have contingencies.
Massive marketing over multiple media platforms. Aggressive pricing plans. And an overall lack of realistic market competition.
They are all real films. If you mean which one is most realistic, none are more realistic than the others.
No, if any were realistic it'd mean that your physically the player
You mean plants, NO!!
His expectations were not very realistic.The film felt realistic to me.
An abstract painting has no recognisable subject. Van Gogh's paintings always have, so they are not abstract. They are representational, which does not mean that they are completely realistic.