being revived and upgraded, in part for economic development reasons but also as a means to enrich the livability of communities and to strengthen their population retainability
These personnel should have at least one year of retainability
in the unit to allow time for experience and continuity.
Finally, existing exemptions for certain open-end credit disclosures under Regulation Z from the retainability
requirement would continue to apply to disclosures to be delivered electronically, except in the case of the generic home-equity plan program disclosures.
In terms of Network Availability, Accessibility, Retainability
and Point to Interconnection (POI), TRAI observed Airtel as the best provider of 2G network among the other telecoms in Mumbai and Maharashtra.
Most EPLOs are colonels and lieutenant colonels with at least three years of retainability
. They come from a variety of career fields, including pilots, air operators, supply and logistics experts, planners, security forces members, and public affairs officers.
By eliminating physical and psychological barriers that impede pilot training, the goal of the management program is to maximize the rate of learning and ultimately increase pilot retainability
Upon graduation from AMAC, a Master Analyst must have at least eight months retainability
in the U.S.
Self-esteem that is tied to responsibility and contributing effectiveness is directly related to the retainability
of soldiers and leaders.
Some of the soldiers did not have retainability
or had physical imitations, which created issues of combat effectiveness and bidding for replacements.