Definitions for "Targets"
Targets (1968) is a film written, produced and directed by Peter Bogdanovich. Bogdanovich got the chance to make Targets because Boris Karloff owed studio head Roger Corman three days' work. Corman told Bogdanovich he could make any film he liked provided he used Karloff and stayed under budget.
are specified levels or ranges of measurable parameters that decision-makers have agreed they will try to achieve. Targets are policy tools, but they may have a scientific base. Australia's commitment at Kyoto to restrict greenhouse gas emissions to 108% of 1990 levels by 2008-2012 is an example of a target.
Governing bodies must set and publish targets of the levels that they expect their pupils to achieve in English and mathematics at the end of Key Stages 2 and 4. These targets are linked to the national literacy and numeracy targets.
Pre-set measures or achievements that the project hopes to meet.
Objectives that have been broken down into smaller units and restated in numerical terms. They pertain to a specific program component, such as a clinical IEC component, and encompass a specific period of time such as a quarter, month, or week.
Targets are specific observable goals that a central bank pursues in the conduct of monetary or financial policy. Examples of central bank targets include numerical goals, such as a level or range of inflation over a specified time frame, or operational targets such as a particular level of interest rates or growth rate of central bank liabilities.
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In pinball, similar to cards, except that they illuminate when “hit”, to show they have been hit.
Targets are goal statements about expectations for student performance. They specify the knowledge and understanding to be attained and ground all of the decisions concerning the type of assessment, the task design, and the scoring of the exercise. Four types of targets are discussed in this Web site: knowledge targets, reasoning targets, skill targets and product targets. Knowledge Targets. Knowledge targets focus on the attainment of declarative knowledge (i.e., concepts, generalizations, facts about individuals and events) and procedural knowledge (i.e., steps for solving problems). Product Targets. Product targets focus on the development of quality products such as papers, lab reports or presentations. Reasoning Targets. Reasoning targets focus on problem-solving, reasoning, and analyzing arguments. Skill Targets. Skill targets focus on the attainment of certain behaviors or skills (e.g., using lab equipment properly).
Arrange a meeting with someone who works in a field or organization that you consider a possible career or job choice. That person is called a target. Interview that target to discover what they do, how they like it, who they know you can speak to, and interview their contacts. See networking, informational interviews.
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A directory on a host in which software is installed, copied or removed. They can operate on either a target root directory or a target depot.
Molecules that play a role in the development of illnesses, e.g. enzymes. Most active ingredients of drugs bind with such targets influencing their biological function.