tangible elements

tangible elements

[tan′jibəl]
Etymology: L, tangere + elementum, first principle
objects that can be seen or touched as distinguished from emotions, knowledge, or abstractions.
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Alhashemi believes that the inspiration of geometry started from tangible elements in nature and intangible elements like sound and dreams, therefore, the impact of geometry will continue to infidel possibilities in all times and spaces.
That is the tangible elements of business such as the business plan, the financial reports, key performance milestones and all the other physical elements of the business.
These are the tangible elements for a quality educational institution.
Particularly it is possible to specify that for the factor of tangible elements the elements susceptible of improvement cleaning and the physical state of the facilities, the conditions of the medical diagnostic equipment and the number of employees that tend to the patients in the studied hospitals.
have any substance to them, and therefore to make available any tangible elements in order to substantiate these claims.
Although there are tangible elements to ROI, some are not.
The reworking was activity-driven--characterized by immersive (i) tangible elements such as concrete renditions of barracks, (ii) intangible elements such as presentations on notable prisoners and (iii) cultural landscape elements such as the gritty and brutal camp layout for characteristic activities such as tourists being able to relive the path depicting the arrival and treatment of new prisoners.
The book, inspired by insight gained through years of working with her clients' financial lives, teaches us that the tangible elements of our external lives are almost always a direct representation of how closely our personal intentions and actions are aligned.
Policies such as work sharing, renewable energy, and citizen's incomes all make an appearance, and it's these more tangible elements help the authors' visions come alive.
The odds of successfully avoiding a subject matter ineligibility rejection, or of overcoming such a rejection, can be increased by drafting claims that are relatively detailed, that present the invention in relatively narrow terms, and that recite concrete or tangible elements.
What, then, are the less tangible elements of the in-store experience that influence consumers' decisions of where to shop?
According to the international view, IAS 16--Properties, plant and equipment, properties are tangible elements possessed by a company for one of the following purposes: to be used for the production or delivery of goods and services, to be rented to third parties, to be used for administrative purposes.