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Quantifiable

Can be expressed as a number. The results of quantifiable psychological tests can be translated into numerical values, or scores.
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For presenting the quantifiable data, a caste-based census was necessary and it would cost Rs 400 crore, if the state had to take the census on its own, he informed the Prime Minister in his letter.
Less quantifiable, but at the core of the University's purpose, is the impact on quality of individual lives.
Joss Croft, of Visit Britain, said: "The majority of people agree that although they may seem like a necessary evil, meetings are part and parcel of working life and can be one of the most productive and financially quantifiable ways to do business "However, it seems that meetings are not always undertaken in the most industrious way.
Routeldge (New York) has published "Fear of Crime: Critical Voices in an Age of Anxiety," a paperback book that offers coverage of new methods of inquiry for approaching 'fear of crime.' It includes a collection of articles that discuss current assumptions about the public' fear of crime and questions those who contend that fear of crime is objectively quantifiable and measurable.
Combining anecdotal material with quantifiable data from a nationwide sample of large cities, they find positive impacts on both school management and elementary school achievement.
Classify: Which of these risks are potentially quantifiable and which are not?
One must, however, be careful not to criticise individual rank and file officers who have no choice but to chase soft targets for fear of being on the end of sanctions from their senior managers for not meeting quantifiable targets.
"The theoretical discussion of the FCS 'network' defies immediate understanding of quantifiable increases in lethality, combat capability and survivability."
Additionally, while most coaches use assessment, goal setting, and tracking tools, not all results are quantifiable.
"Nationwide, following the lead of principal, John Hancock, Union Central Life and Prudential, all pioneers in the hybrid life/conduit loan, has developed a very strong program in that they offer a number of quantifiable advantages over a typical Wall Street loan," said Jonathan Goldman, executive vice president of the firm and the originator of the loans.
Designed to eliminate risk, the Filter states that components, systems, and complete products can/should/must be measured on quantifiable scales against every other component, system, or product so that the manufacturer knows where it stands, not only against the competition, but with the target buyer as well.