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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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Caption: FIGURE 9: Obtaining the final projectable space by adding the matrices result of discretizing the projector workspace and the contour of the vertical plane.
The operational system's function is: the system user's provision of the information about the projectable software reliability parameters; the definition of the likehood degree of the modular integrated probabilistic model of software reliability estimation in comparison with the real software.
"In terms of globally projectable forces, the Western powers will be the predominant military powers for decades at least."
High-impact writing clinics; 20 projectable lessons for building literacy across content areas.
We call these two types of islands projectable, and define this concept next.
It can turn any computer display projectable instantaneously and without deployment.
* Joint Force 2020: Logistics Imperatives - Identify logistics capabilities for Joint Force 2020 to assure an agile, flexible, ready technologically - advanced, and projectable force.
For instance, in a reading activity with projectable books with interactive content, one student can take on the role of researcher (perhaps looking up outside resources on a computer); one can focus on vocabulary words; and another can be the synthesizer of ideas.
It is a commonplace view of contemporary philosophy that the problem is not that no rule or pattern can be constructed from a collection of bits of behavior, but rather that an indefinite number of such patterns are logically projectable from the same collection.
The study was involving only male farmer's community and therefore it is not projectable of the entire population of the region Further the information collected was based on a small numbers (n=175) of farmers.
On the assumption that [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is projectable (and, hence, that [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] can only be true if [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] are world-mates), it is easy to verify, that this procedure respects truth-value.
The evaluation of the gain in sales per household was derived from Nielsen's Homescan panel of 100,000 nationally projectable consumer brands.

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