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- n. The state or condition of being successful.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- The character or state of being successful: prosperous conclusion; favorable event; success.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the condition of prospering; having good fortune
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One of his recent works is this chart of the human exploration of Mars, organized by country, date, type, and successfulness.
The successfulness of each sanctions regime was determined by examining both the policy result and the degree to which sanctions aided in achieving the policy change (Pape, 1997, p. 98).
I can't prove it, but I've got a feeling there might be an inverse relationship between the likely successfulness of an adaptation and the brilliance of its source material.
The most important trait to look for in a partner is NOT sexiness, NOT successfulness, NOT funniness, NOT smartness!
He appealed to the missionary successes of early Buddhism and Christianity as evidence of the practical successfulness of spiritual urgency and physical passivity.
If, on the one hand, it found presently that its own Fellowship was not altogether as free as it had been at first from reactionary weaknesses and traditional sentiments, on the other it found that its leading ideas, by virtue of its material successfulness and of continual explicit statement, were spreading far beyond the limits of its nuclei and its organized teaching.
You thatâ€™s fine with the left minded thinkers here in the states that see the potential that given all the inherent advantages maybe your country be a beacon to the world for the successfulness of communism.
So, uh, what was the successfulness of the last time a colony or colonies rebelled against the British empire before the American colonies tried it?
Q Do we have any means, or do you have any means for evaluating the stealthiness or the successfulness of the stealthiness of the aircraft on this particular mission?
Research managers have become increasingly aware of the importance of installing M/E procedures into their organizations, but the successfulness of these efforts has been mixed.