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goals

 [gōlz]
measurable milestones that are established to indicate the success of a plan.
long term goals goals that are the ultimate results desired when a plan is established or revised.
short term goals goals that can be achieved in a limited period of time and frequently lead to the achievement of a long term goal.
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Magic Rive beat Newage Cables in the fourth match by three goals to two goals.
At every match it has been established the number of goals scored by different methods of throwing from a total number of throws at the goal.
The reason I was shouting (about goals, not profanity) is because Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United is always a match which I instinctively associate with lots of onion-bag bulging.
Desert Christian/Lancaster 7, Marshall 0: Robyn Estrada had a hat trick -- giving her 35 goals -- and Kristyn Richards scored three times for the top-seeded Knights (21-1-2) in the second-round win at Lancaster National Soccer Center.
Student-led conferences, however, include students in the forum, often asking them to act as the leader of the meeting, thereby creating a nurturing environment in which they become excited about sharing their academic achievements and goals with their parents (Countryman & Schroeder, 1996; Tuinstra & Hiatt-Michael, 2004).
This will, actually, carry the ball out of the danger area, so we want the opposite to be done--force the ball into the middle of the goal area.
These questions will spawn four or five truly significant goals that capture the imagination of the members.
At some time, all deaths are unpreventable or the goals or results from clinical care are or will be unacceptable to the patients or surrogates.
Given the complex responsibilities of camp staff in running adventure programs, perhaps the weight of this responsibility often inhibits our adventure activity facilitators from encouraging participant input when devising group goals and standards of behavior within the group.
Long-term goals are things like graduating from college, buying a car or working in a law office.
Goals, both performance and developmental, are set at end of review session;