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Instead, choose a set of metrics that you can calculate, and that won’t be unattainable, like the open rate below used by Contact Monkey.
Quince posits that high-quality staples shouldn’t be unattainable luxuries.
What sets his approach apart, colleagues say, is the pursuit of reproducible experimentation and statistical analysis that ecologists might traditionally have regarded as potentially unnatural and misleading, if not outright unattainable.
Chronic skin conditions aren’t curable so chasing the unattainable goal of “perfect” skin set by the beauty industry did not fit with the new era of beauty that Topicals is pioneering.
Internet services were very expensive and the internet was considered by many people in India to be an unattainable thing.
I know I strive after the unattainable, but still every year I get nearer and nearer to the goal.
Yet it is unattainable virtue, while their God is not a moral governor, but subject to necessity.
And with every day of such drudgery the heights of music and literature seemed further away and more unattainable.
LOVE'S PILGRIMAGEUPTON SINCLAIR
She had no side-saddle, and it was very apparent that a firm seat upon the smooth leather beneath her was unattainable sideways.
Ay, surely unattainable, from the very fact that they are two instead of one.
THE POCKET R.L.S.ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON

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