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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Of, relating to, or involving a mandatory decision to continue or abort a course of action: a go-no-go launch of the space shuttle.

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  • The pilots could visualize the plane as it sped toward the sea, gaining speed, reaching for the go-no-go point.

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  • "Normally you have to go-no-go calls at 8.15 or 8.30 but now there are days when deals are being announced later in the morning so there's time to see how the equity market responds to news overnight and early morning economic data."

  • Rocha RR, da Silva MT, Fregni F (2008) Differential modulatory effects of transcranial direct current stimulation on a facial expression go-no-go task in males and females.

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  • Forecasting helps a pharma company with opportunity analysis, resource planning & allocation, investment planning, go-no-go strategy, launch and go to market strategy.

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  • He was not able to make a go-no-go decision because he wanted more detailed and 3 dimensional film of my spine.

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  • On the other hand, the speed, accuracy, and broad detectability represents an excellent opportunity for go-no-go decisions to be made before media is supplied into the process.

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  • Tires must be DOT-rated and the rears can be no wider than 11.25 inches as measured with a go-no-go gauge (unlimited if running Drag Radials).

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  • Then prob - genetically engineered to cause monocytes to ability of one or the other can alter economic express constant levels of the cytokine (TNF), assessments of the research program, and lead to develop arthritis, as well as some of the early a go-no-go decision in some cases. clinical trials using anti-tumor necrosis factor

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  • "The biggest policy error in 1976 was rolling everything up into a single go-no-go decision early in the year," Fineberg said.

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  • The fairing must match the shape of the OEM machine in silhouette and profile and the AMA shall have the right to use templates and go-no-go devices therefor.

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