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Project

The asset constructed with or owned via a project financing, which is expected to produce cash flow at a debt-service coverage ratio sufficient to repay the project financing.

Project

Any series of tasks or activities intended to accomplish a goal, which is ultimately to make a profit. For example, a construction company may have a project to build a house. This project involves laying in the foundation, setting up the frame, installing insulation, and so forth. A company may receive a lump sum payment at the completion of the project, or it may receive progress payments as different benchmarks on the way to completion are met. See also: Project finance.
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the definition of the reliability parameters of the projectable software by means of the modular integrated probabilistic model;
Let F be the subgraph of IJ(P, k, l) induced by the projectable k-islands of P.
Solid projectable loose arm, moves well around base .
Pie often do qualitative research as a start and then follow with projectable quantitative research.
Jensen added, "The test cells were sufficiently large (over 10,000 each) to make the results solidly projectable.
African Americans and Hispanic Americans showed the highest level of interest in becoming more familiar with alternative medicines in the future, and were over-sampled in the study to insure that findings for these two groups were projectable (Consumer Healthcare Products Association, 2001).
At this point, he's better suited for the outfield because he can hit and he's projectable at any of the outfield positions.
PATS consists of two nationally projectable samples: a teen sample for students in grades 7-12 and a parent sample.
This year, however, that sample was broadened so that the results could be made projectable to the entire laboratory universe.
So, bandwidth could be viewed as a fixed, projectable overhead budget item.
It results from the mistaken belief that a computer date stamp is projectable - that is the confirmation of a hypothesis.

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