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Napal and Bhutan were overrun, and the whole northern boundary of India pressed against by this fearful tide of life.
A number of adjustments were identified by the independent auditors which resulted in the overrun.
The policy, according to dela Rosa, would apply to provincial directors if two police stations under the province are overrun and eventually to the regional directors if two of his provincial directors are relieved over rebel attack.
The FTA initiated this investigation because: in 2015, the Metrorail system had more stop signal overruns than in either of the previous two years; the FTAs review of individual stop signal overrun incidents since it assumed direct oversight responsibility in October 2015 identified potential issues that required system-wide analysis and evaluation; and a near-miss collision at Smithsonian Station on February 3, 2016, highlighted the potential catastrophic consequences associated with these events.
In addition, research has shown that, once a program is more than 15 percent to 20 percent complete, it is highly unlikely that the final cost overrun will be less than the present cost overrun (W.
The factors are total solids, pH, acidity, time and temperature during freezing, physical damage during mixing, storage time and temperature and overrun (Akin et al.
Time overrun is an indicator of poor project performance.
Texas-based carrier American Airlines (OTC: AAMRQ) said it has decided to equip all of its A320 family fleet with Airbus' Runway Overrun Prevention System technology.
9, 2012 /CNW/ - The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) is assessing two separate overrun incidents that occurred today.
1 trillion and a surplus of SR306 billion, Saudi economy appears to be solid and sound despite budgetary overruns of SR224 billion.
Among the rating constraints are the completion risk for a residual project and the company's notable cost overrun compared to the initial forecast.
The airplane "swerved" as it slowed, then overran the departure end of the runway and 100 feet of the grass overrun area.