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PLANNED ECONOMY
CENTRAL PLANNERS
LOS ANGELES
PLANS
MEETING
EVERYTHING
IDEA
CONCEPT
SOURCES
OPERATION
END
SOLUTION
ASSOCIATES
ACCOUNTANTS
ECONOMISTS
SPACECRAFT
STREETS
SECOND LANGUAGE
SECONDARY EDUCATION
ASTRONAUTS
APOLLO PROGRAM
LATE 20TH CENTURY
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS
FLIGHT
WAR
CITY
OBJECTIVES
RAILS
WORRYING
HISTORIANS
GEOGRAPHERS
MANAGERS
EXPECTATIONS
ENVIRONMENTALISTS
RENDEZVOUS
PROJECT
PLANNING
UTILITY COMPANIES
ENGINEERS
ARCHITECTS
PLANNERS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Planners"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. The planners were able to incorporate the experience already gained at Belzec. (Web site)
  2. Many planners are urging a much more conservative rate assumption than that.
  3. NASA planners are focusing on a three-part plan for a return to the moon they call trade studies.
  4. Mission planners were concerned that the panel might make the spacecraft unstable during in-flight maneuvers.
  5. Military planners are studying ways to protect the major naval stations in Norfolk, Va., and San Diego from climate-induced rising seas and severe storms. (Web site)

Planned Economy

  1. East German economists and planners were well aware of the alleged strengths and weaknesses of their system of planned economy. (Web site)

Central Planners

  1. In a planned economy, central planners decide how land, labor, and capital should be used to provide for maximum benefit for all citizens. (Web site)

Los Angeles

  1. So, like Los Angeles, San Francisco, and a host of other Pacific Rim cities, Istanbul's builders and planners have to take major earthquake precautions.
  2. Seven months later, they had a buzzing team of space activists and party planners in Los Angeles and 64 events around the world. (Web site)

Plans

  1. The central planners will want to have people on site in workplaces that can ensure adherence to the plans handed down from above. (Web site)

Meeting

  1. By offering this tool on its website, the MCB offer planners the possibility to prepare their meeting at any time they like. (Web site)
  2. The Kansas City Marriott Downtown is THE choice for meeting and event planners, and is the city's most popular venue for weddings and social galas. (Web site)

Everything

  1. The socialists argued that individual entrepreneurs are just looking over their own markets whereas the planners are taking everything into account. (Web site)
  2. This is less ambitious than the premise that central planners will know what to do about everything all at once, but it is no different in principle.

Idea

  1. The idea is that law, and regulation, is not as important or effective at helping people as lawyers, and government planners, believe. (Web site)

Concept

  1. The concept was simple, and had been a consideration among naval planners for a few years.

Sources

  1. Planners have looked at a two-tier CEV general arrangement, sources told the authors, with crew accommodations for three, four and ultimately six astronauts. (Web site)

Operation

  1. US planners worried over the growing influence of Italy's large and popular communist party, established Operation "Gladio" in 1956. (Web site)
  2. Translating economic impact into a steady source of revenue for public transport construction and operation has been a dream for most urban planners.

End

  1. For financial planners, getting publicity, in the end, isn't about having contacts in the media.Or about writing a great press release.

Solution

  1. Planners and road builders envisioned a solution: a beltway to bypass I-4.

Associates

  1. Sources claimed council planners recruited or promoted by Purcell were known to be associates of Mr Haughey. (Web site)

Accountants

  1. The same holds true for accountants, planners, sociologists, political scientists, and others. (Web site)
  2. For example, we regularly interact with lenders, financial planners, realtors, appraisers, accountants and other attorneys.

Economists

  1. The work of the major specialties in social science—other than psychologists, economists, and urban and regional planners—varies greatly.

Spacecraft

  1. The mission planners did not provide for the safe return of the spacecraft or its passenger, making Laika the first orbital casualty.
  2. Planners anticipate that only 40% of the batteries' capacities will be required during the lifetime of the spacecraft.

Streets

  1. In the end the Villa de Branciforte never resembled the neatly laid out plans for streets and buildings its planners envisioned.
  2. In some settlements, such as Phola Park south of Johannesburg, town planners have attempted to build streets and provide residents with basic needs. (Web site)

Second Language

  1. Sometimes I can't even fathom the world of self-delusion that CSL (Chinese as a Second Language) planners in Taiwan live in.

Secondary Education

  1. Further, the planners expected that secondary education and university entrants would also increase by the year 2000. (Web site)

Astronauts

  1. Planners had wondered if the Agena could so position itself that astronauts could catch it. (Web site)

Apollo Program

  1. Despite such ill omens, planners within NASA still aspired to maintain the momentum built up during the Apollo Program.

Late 20Th Century

  1. In the late 20th century many of the town's historic buildings were demolished by planners eager to 'modernise' the town. (Web site)

Landscape Architects

  1. For a hundred years, pencil, pen, markers, and watercolor have been the principal tools of representation for landscape architects and urban planners. (Web site)

Flight

  1. As a result, flight planners gave the astronauts a second half-day of off-duty time today. (Web site)
  2. The astronauts and mission planners had learned another lesson from Gemini IV and V. Prescribing tasks for assigned times during a flight was useless. (Web site)

War

  1. Early in the conflict Allied staffs frequently outmaneuvered US planners, though by the end of the war the Americans had learned their lessons well.
  2. Spain's entry into the war on the side of France gave planners in Paris access to a large and well-equipped navy. (Web site)
  3. The extension of the war into Syria and Iran has already been contemplated by U.S. and Israeli military planners. (Web site)

City

  1. This is, in part, the result of a push by city planners for a solution to traffic problems and pro-environment campaigns.
  2. The idea has caught the attention of city planners, who recently secured a $2.4 million grant earmarked for "transportation friendly" improvements.

Objectives

  1. There shadow pricing can be used for modeling production units or sectors in relation to objectives of planners. (Web site)

Rails

  1. Twenty years after rails disappeared from Twin Cities streets, politicians and planners began proposing new light rail systems.

Worrying

  1. Planners and researchers can use this database freely without worrying about slowing down day-to-day operations of the production database. (Web site)

Historians

  1. Miletus was a city primarily of nature, but also of writers, sculptors, town planners, historians and sages.

Geographers

  1. Through his editorship, he promoted the multidisciplinary field of research by economists, geographers, historians, planners, and transportation analysts. (Web site)

Managers

  1. He saw leaders as inspiring visionaries, concerned about substance; while managers he views as planners who have concerns with process.

Expectations

  1. In terms of its cardinal objectives, the attack on Pearl Harbor was a tactical success which eclipsed the expectations of its planners.

Environmentalists

  1. It will also be of major interest to environmentalists, planners, and all who want to create a more humane and nurturing lifestyle.
  2. Governments, city planners, farmers, environmentalists, mapmakers, and real estate developers all rely on aerial or satellite photos.

Rendezvous

  1. Planners agreed that the crews would speak each other's languages as much as possible during rendezvous and docking operations.
  2. Gemini was necessary because NASA planners needed to know how to rendezvous and dock.

Project

  1. Woodford said once Morgan completes the concept, planners should have a better idea of what the finished project will cost. (Web site)
  2. The planners for this new project were able to incorporate the experience previously gained at Belzec.

Planning

  1. All planning has taken place in close cooperation with English Heritage, CABE and the planners. (Web site)
  2. In general, flight planners are expected to avoid areas called Special Use Airspace (SUA) when planning a flight. (Web site)

Utility Companies

  1. Geographers, planners, land developers, real estate agents, utility companies, and municipal officials all use these systems. (Web site)

Engineers

  1. A small group of Disney studio employees joined the Disneyland development project as engineers and planners, and were dubbed Imagineers.

Architects

  1. Landscape architects may work independently or with other professionals such as architects, engineers and town planners.

Planners

  1. They are used by planners, engineers, utility companies, state agencies, construction companies, surveyors, architects, and ordinary citizens. (Web site)
  2. This course is designed for planners, engineers and landscape architects involved with transportation issues.
  3. Folio worked on a team consisting of architects and planners to establish the parameters for this City of Chicago industrial corridor.

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