Renewal rates, he says, are generally flat to low single-digit reductions for accounts with acceptable loss
The responses from people on the street were predictably flippant with numbers of 100, 50 and so on being offered up as an acceptable loss
The life of the boy in the photograph I keep returning to is an acceptable loss
for both sides.
However, we believe losing a small amount of money per hectare - around PS2 or PS3 - is an acceptable loss
to secure a huge gain for smaller uplands farms.
Lastly, you repeat this process until you succeed, no longer want to continue, exceed your acceptable loss
or prove it can't be done.
Is it a case of acceptable loss
of human life against cost?
Issues range from reconsidering non-combatant immunity to reassessing how we calculate proportionality in terms of the scope of military responses and acceptable loss
of innocent life, to the defensibility of terrorism and humanitarian intervention.
There is no such thing as an acceptable loss
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And while company-wide barbecues may be an acceptable loss
, there are some things that can't be cut, like workers' compensation insurance--by law, companies are required to have it.
Nobody likes losses, but blindly holding positions beyond your acceptable loss
level is crazy.
The concept of an acceptable loss
of life is hard for a civilized society to acknowledge, especially a society devoted to preserving and prolonging life.
To scale VoIP across an entire enterprise, the LAN must be able to provide low latencies and acceptable loss
rates in the face of bursts of data traffic.
Risk management programs should be developed and implemented within an organizational context: Each institution will need to define its own "worry radius"--the context that provides definitions of perceived risk and acceptable loss
Manufacturer's Link Budget: Link loss budgets define the amount of acceptable loss
within nodes on a DWDM network.