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benchmark

Something against which to measure success or progress. We have several benchmarks that will help us to determine if your portfolio is experiencing solid growth. I'm so happy to share that I've reached the benchmark of six months of sobriety!
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Our clients use the consensus and sector aggregates to monitor and understand credit trends," said William Haney, Credit Benchmark's CEO.
The results of the benchmark recall and subjective benchmark measures are presented in Table 1.
The battle has caused other Silicon Valley investors to take Benchmark to task.
Alfalah GHP prosperity planning fund - moderate plan generated a return of 11.6 percent against the benchmark which generated 12.8 percent.
OnePlus has reportedly tampered with the OnePlus 5 results in benchmarks including AnTuTu, Androbench, Geekbench 4, GFXBench, Quadrant, Nenamark 2, and Vellamo.
Just as a benchmark should adjust for the type of facility it represents, it should also vary based on cultural differences.
The word benchmark indicates to a metric unit on a scale for measurement.
In order to transfer heights from the wall benchmark to the temporary height point (footplate) Figure 4, the calibrated snap-in should be placed on the benchmark so that the inner surface of the sleeve lies on the benchmark head.
"The customer-focused, highly-flexible business model that CTS has embraced makes the organization an excellent cultural fit with Benchmark," said Gayla J.
We document several behaviors of liquidity suppliers that indicate an active strategy to exploit the Benchmark Quote Exception.
That sort of shared environment can completely invalidate a benchmark.
"The basic components of past transitions include: first, identifying a new and reliable benchmark, one that is anchored in transactions.
If one went to a cobbler, he would mark off the size of the foot on his bench, creating a benchmark.
Cantrell found that 10 of the states that have not recommended EHB benchmark plans have taken steps such as analyzing existing state benefit mandates and assessing benchmark plan options.
"That is going to mark a paradigm shift in the world of benchmarking," says Bruce Harrington, Director of Retirement and Product Strategy for John Hancock Financial Network, because all fees will have to be made transparent, and all plans will have to benchmark to show that their fees are reasonable.