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goals

slang Something that one aspires to be or have. Despite "goals" being plural, it is often used with singular subjects. Her sleek, shiny hair is just goals. My mom and her college friends are seriously goals—they've been friends for 25 years!
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Her favorite procedure was throwing at the goal from jumping with which she scored a number of 26 goals from 51 throws and through: throwing at the goal from running she scores a 6 goals form 10 throws, throwing at the goal from support she scored 9 goals from 16 throws, throwing at the goal from plunge she scored 18 goals from22 throws, throwing at the goal near the hip she scored 7 goals from 17 throws and by the 7m throw she scored 1 goal from 1 throw (presented in figure 4).
San Pedro 5, Birmingham 3 (2 OT): Vanessa Carr had two goals and an assist, Stephanie Cubias scored a goal and Daisy Alvarenga had two assists for 12th-seeded Birmingham of Lake Balboa (12-7-3).
The results of Table 1 show a positive student perception of the influence of self-set goals on academic understanding.
The defender should also "encourage" the player with the ball to move to the flank, away from the goal.
The incongruence between the patients'/surrogates' desired goals and results and those of the clinical care the physicians offer is a major cause of futile care.
Research also shows that agreed upon goals can reduce behavioral problems, build trust, and establish safe environments (Eggan and Kauchak 1999).
Your goals should really be meaningful to you, and reflect your dreams and values.
If you have an organization-wide document with standards defined, you don't need to write these out as individual goals for each employee.
As such, it is important to understand hope as an iterative cognitive process composed of agency and pathways thoughts in the service of important goals.
They called for researchers to examine conditions that support or enable women and ethnic minority individuals to achieve their career goals, which would complement research on barriers to attainment of career goals (Lent et al.
Here's a primer on setting your running and fitness goals for the year.
Wilson presented the following set of goals and objectives to the Institute's Board of Directors.
One of the main goals I set for myself during my year as AFS President was, together with the board and staff, to develop a vision for the future of the Society and to produce a working, practical and executable strategic plan to accomplish this vision.
Wilson's executive order mandated that agencies and departments "eliminate all preferential treatment requirements that exceed federal or statutory law" and set goals and timetables, which are required by statutory law, based on "the employment pool possessing the necessary qualifications for the particular job classification at issue, rather than on general work force parity.