They note that university students' decisions to attrite
are far more than reactions to "external, objective conditions" such as being first-in-family to attend university, or experiencing financial struggle.
The minister added that everybody knows that such negative malpractices taking place on our public streets attrite
a lot of effort, time and public money which all of us are keen to save and to use properly for the sake of community and human resources development to attract more investments and ensure the sustainability of national development.
However, given the look of the clouds, I doubted there was enough clear air to conduct a large air-to-air fight in the manner we desired, therefore favoring the fighters, in their mission, to attrite
In addition, law schools would likely have to attrite
(23) The Germans were also quick to adapt to subsurface warfare and were notorious in their use of submarines to attrite
The landmark study conducted by the World Evangelical Fellowship (WEF) Missions Committee suggests that 5.1% of career missionaries leave the field each year and, of those who leave, 71% attrite
for preventable reasons (Taylor, 1997).
He added, "Not to graduate these accounts then to the higher level of account status creates a negative self-fulfilling prophesy; they will simply and inevitably attrite
to another issuer who gives them a better value proposition that they now deserve."
On average, lower economic status households were more likely to attrite
between the two waves, so without weighting, the PPHS-2010 would be lesser representative of lower economic status households than would be a random household survey.
According to Rand Corporation report, terrorist groups might be able to buy small, armed drones and smaller systems could become the next IEDs, low-cost, low-tech weapons that are only of limited lethality individually but attrite
significant numbers of US or allied personnel when used in large numbers over time.
Respondents who attrite
between Wave I and Wave II may be inherently different from respondents who complete both waves.
We focus on the attrition and promotion behavior of waivered recruits as compared with their non-waivered counterparts, and we examine whether they are more likely to attrite
or less likely to promote quickly.