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Although both aircraft met or exceeded requirements, the X-35 design was considered to have less risk and more growth potential.
The accusations compound growing controversies over the aid effort, which some Western relief officials say actually exceeds requirements.
At 50% Portland cement replacement, the resulting concretes exceeded requirements:
The meticulous way in which votes were counted exceeded requirements and went beyond requirements adopted for UK elections.
In its statement today, Royal Caribbean said "the company acknowledges that no environmental program, including ones which exceed requirements, can excuse or counterbalance a single violation."
In fact, typical protein intakes of ovo-lacto vegetarians, and of vegans, meet and exceed requirements.
CCMT candidates must meet or exceed requirements in two areas; 50% educational standards and 50% experience and training requirements.
Saddled with the terms of a €78bn EU/IMF bailout plan, the centre-right government is exceeding requirements
In the ruling last week, Justice Howard Berler said the town board had exceeded its authority by imposing petition rules that exceeded requirements in state law.
Use of fasteners meeting or exceeding requirements for ASTM A 153 Class D meet the added requirements for fastener durability.
The United States Department of Defense officials and William Bach, the UK Minister of Defence Procurement, said the X-35 consistently outperformed the X-32, although both met or exceeded requirements.
"We purchased two existing office buildings, 19,000 square feet each, both fully leased, which we are in the process of upgrading," Mr. Zlotnick said, "and found that our parking lot exceeded requirements for our needs.
In any case, the Americans say the response to calls for new recruits has exceeded requirements: 7,000 men, they say, turned up outside the Numaniya base one winter morning in response to false rumors of a fresh call.