план ; программа ; стройка ; строительный объект; осуществляемое строительство; внеаудиторная работа; проект ;
проектировать; составлять план; составлять проект; выдаваться; выступать; бросать; отражать; проецировать; выпускать; перенестись мысленно
- Successful completion of the project is crucial, for on it rests recognition by IOSCO, the representative body for stock exchanges worldwide, of financial statements prepared in accordance with IASs.
- Dr Smith carried out the project, funded by the American government, at the common cold research unit near Salisbury, Wilts, before it closed in 1989.
- The universities and electronics firms participating in the project say the wiring scheme in each house will link up with digital telecommunications networks carrying messages between cities and individual homes.
- The cost of this project, which was completed in 1983, was almost 2 million.
- The Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) has set aside 140000 for its first project directly related to robots.
- An expert at crisis management: Mr Morton's penchant for rows is one of his hallmarks: Jeremy Warner looks at the man entrusted with the spadework of the tunnel project
- 10.2 The Project Officer of each Academic Party will monitor the results produced by that Party to identify any material that may be protectable by IPR applications.
- There is, surprisingly, no specific encouragement for greening project areas in the Feet First proposals, though cleanliness is encouraged through poop-scoop schemes.
- Following the work that I had done at the MU on the Circuit Board Fault Diagnostic Aid in connection with my MSc project, 2 members of the staff had gained experience of expert systems: the Chief Technician and a civilian who had assisted me during the project.
- Allies and Morrison's initial project for Pier Head Liverpool
- Mr Steward may feel that the project is "low key", but when a nine acre sand and gravel pit is proposed to be worked for four years only a matter of 45 metres from the nearest residence and 280 metres from the centre of Cross Green (Atlas Aggregate's figures), the residents of Cockfield are entitled to feel differently.
- As the project team commented: "The public are naturally unwilling to accept change, particularly when it may involve some travelling disadvantage, unless they can recognise clear compensating benefits.
- It is we who project upon the continuous flux of history such categories as "Mannerism", and it is evident that not everybody at that period was a Mannerist.