ACCOMP

AcronymDefinition
ACCOMPAccomplish(ed)
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(21.) Angelo Mariani, Il Trovatore nella Liguria: otto pezzi vocali in chiave di sol con accomp.to di pianoforte (Milano: F Lucca, [1853?]), and Otto pezzi vocali con accompagnamento di pianoforte (Milano: Ricordi, [1856]): shelfmark C.
Inevitably, while the British National Anthem was respected meticulously by the French, La Marseilles was accomp anied by whistles, boos and jeers.
The orchestration, rich in its coloring and rhythmic variety, rises above mere accomp animent with a dramatic purpose that's more characteristic of later times.
Although each of the eight variables listed in Table 4 are significant at p < .01, the four variables that provide the greatest contribution to the function are JOBSAT (perception that underreporting leads to job satisfaction), PROMO (perception that underreporting leads to promotion and advancement), ACCOMP (perception that underreporting contributes to accomplishing something worthwhile) and BETTER (perception that underreporting leads to feeling better about one sell).
If the slowdown in the housing market is accomp anied by further sharp falls in equity prices we would expect to see consumption growth slow more significantly than we currently project.
The programme is also increasingly accomp anied by efforts to improve the quality of education through more qualified teachers, adequate infrastructure and more extensive ICT facilities.
Reports fro National President Michelle Currier and other NEOs d committee chairs revealed significant inroads in several projects, according to Currier's goal of strengthening the foundations of NCMA and this year's motto: "Changing to Meet the Challenges of a Changing World." From establishing a sound asset management policy to pursuing a university partnership initiative, positioning NCMA in the public policy domain to developing the Web site and education (e-learning) and training programs, re-designing membership material to increasing the marketing and branding efforts, much has been accomp lished.
Jose Ordovas, this is most likely due to the "celebratory effect." That is to say, because Germans tend to drink beer socially and have a good time, they experience health benefits from the reduced stress that accomp anies such activities.
Although both types of visits are considered primary care, the longer preventive care visits with one's primary care provider are more likely to accomp lish the goals of primary care than a 5-10-minute visit for acute complaint.
USAFFE had begun surveying additional sites, but little construction had been accomp lished.
Eigen Values 2.71 Percentage of Variance 12.31 Cumulative Percentage of Variance 43.67 Factor 3 Item Personal Accomp. USA NZ 1.
Tuning was accomp lished using a low cost SMV1234-079 tuning diode from Alpha Industries.