Strategic

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strategic importance   (戦略的重要性)

The strategic importance of the Bosporus dates back millennia.

Given its strategic importance, Millot decided to occupy Hưng Hóa.

BIT-STEP aims: The strategic importance of the scheme is twofold.

strategic planning   (戦略的計画)

He was appointed an advisor for strategic planning.

Berry created a strategic planning and modernization process for the zoo.

SWOQe SWOQe is a new method of strategic planning which derived from SWOT.

strategic location   (戦略的な場所)

Cyprus is at a strategic location in the Middle East.

With its strategic location, it became a prosperous city.

Harrison had long advocated building a fort in the strategic location.

strategic bombing   (戦略爆撃)

The US strategic bombing survey (USSBS) identified "catastrophic" damage.

It formed part of the immense Allied strategic bombing effort during the war.

It was flexible and it was able to carry out both operational-tactical, and strategic bombing.

strategic plan   (戦略計画)

The five-year strategic plan was adopted in November 2001.

A new strategic plan was also introduced.

"The Spark" is the first comprehensive strategic plan in AAM’s recent history.

strategic position

The Doberdò area has a crucial strategic position.

The strategic position of the NLA units gave them an overview of the town.

The strategic position of Ghod Khind (Horse Pass) was chosen for the defence.

strategic partnership   (戦略的パートナーシップ)

As a result, Le Cordon Bleu contacted Dacor to forge a strategic partnership.

Supplier and drop shipper should work together to form a strategic partnership.

The purchase was made through a strategic partnership, the Shanghai Jin Xin investment fund.

strategic alliance

Entertainment formed a strategic alliance and partnership with ESteem.

By 1984, EPA had entered into a strategic alliance with CP Air of Vancouver.

In 2007, Warner Music Group's Rykodisc label formed a strategic alliance with Cordless Recordings.

strategic direction

A strategic direction is a group of armies also known as a task (field) forces or battlegroups.

The Urban Design Framework provides the strategic direction for the future of the Maylands town centre.

He oversaw WMG's athlete representation businesses and was involved in the strategic direction of the company.

strategic locations

The failure to occupy strategic locations was attributed to lack of manpower.

The district power plants show annual growth of 15-20 % due to their strategic locations.

They were based in a number of forts constructed at strategic locations in towns and at river mouths.

strategic points

Often they are at key strategic points.

Caution and the importance of strategic points are the chief features of his system.

Vendors, which sell weapons and ammo, are situated at strategic points throughout levels.

strategic objectives   (戦略目標)

The unit operated chiefly against strategic objectives.

There were two clear strategic objectives which emerged from Channel 4.

Rather like World War One, strategic objectives would be hills or specific areas of land, rather than sweeping objectives or pushes.

important strategic

It is located 5 km in the north-east from the district center, in the important strategic position.

This suggested even for inferior naval powers a battleship fleet could have important strategic effect.

In the Middle Ages it was an important strategic hub, until it was destroyed by Spanish troops in 1644.

strategic value

The town of Luxembourg became the centre of a state of strategic value in the Low Countries.

The deep ravines penetrating from the north and south made the place of much strategic value.

Guernsey was very heavily fortified during World War II, out of all proportion to the island's strategic value.

strategic management

2000 October – Tallinn Stock Exchange and Estonian CSD formed, based on the two companies, a group under single strategic management.

In early 2006 until the end of 2014 he held the chair for strategic management at the political science faculty at the University of Erfurt.

CMA curriculum includes subjects like strategic management, reporting and control, technology and analytics, leadership, business acumen and operations, and professional values and ethics.

strategic bombing campaign   (戦略爆撃キャンペーン)

The United States began a strategic bombing campaign against Axis forces in Europe in mid-1942.

Losses of territory and a dramatic expansion of the Allied strategic bombing campaign caused the collapse of the German economy from late 1944.

The B-17 was primarily employed by the USAAF in the daylight strategic bombing campaign of World War II against German industrial and military targets.

strategic bombardment

Trained in air refueling and strategic bombardment operations with the B-47.

Conducted worldwide strategic bombardment training missions and providing nuclear deterrent.

strategic point   (戦略的ポイント)

The area was a strategic point with detachments of warriors-pastors.

This was a strategic point for the house of Savoy and the war with Genoa.

For centuries, Kalmar was, from a strategic point of view, considered 'to be the key to Sweden'.

strategic partnerships

The company has also created strategic partnerships with manufacturers, including iZotope.

The company has strategic partnerships with and is invested in by global companies H&R Block and Euronet Worldwide.

In other strategic partnerships, Emaar and Meraas Holding is developing Dubai Hills Estate, the first phase of MBR City.

strategic bomber

B52 (disambiguation) The B-52 is an American strategic bomber aircraft.

The arguments that led to the cancellation of the B-70 program had led some to question the need for a new strategic bomber of any sort.

Concorde is an ogival delta winged aircraft with four Olympus engines based on those employed in the RAF's Avro Vulcan strategic bomber.

strategic bombers

These were the first long range, strategic bombers.

Much of the American war effort went to strategic bombers, which flattened the cities of Japan and Germany.

With a primary air-defense role, emphasis was placed on the ability to intercept strategic bombers flying at high altitudes.

disposal and strategic   (処分と戦略的)

Somerset County Council is responsible for running the largest and most expensive local services such as education, social services, libraries, main roads, public transport, policing and fire services, trading standards, waste disposal and strategic planning.

new strategic

A new strategic plan was also introduced.

The charity is working to a new strategic plan covering the period 2015 to 2020.

Velodyne Lidar also partnered with Nikon Corporation (Nikon) as a new strategic investor with an investment of $25M.

strategic reserve

A strategic reserve can be: Examples of commodity reserves:

Fifteen divisions were in the process of formation in Germany, but there was no strategic reserve.

Stalin placed Field Marshal Semyon Timoshenko in command and transferred five armies out of the strategic reserve to Timoshenko.

strategic partner

In return, he said the firm would be a "strategic partner" in all mining projects in the mineral-rich nation.

Vizione Holdings Berhad, a strategic partner to Selangor was the biggest contributor to the construction of the RM1.5 million facility.

The plan provides a sound basis for the airline to undertake a recovery on its own while keeping the door open to the entry of a strategic partner in the future.

strategic targets

This marked the introduction of laser-guided bombs against strategic targets in North Vietnam.

This step define strategic targets and how to achieve them within the organization: The team works from these strategic targets.

strategic communications

in journalism and strategic communications.

At the same time, in the late-1990s, she worked for a strategic communications firm.

Jones earned a bachelor of arts degrees in both strategic communications and digital media production.

strategic nuclear

The 1st SMG was an army unit armed with 18 S2 strategic nuclear ballistic missiles.

By May, Khrushchev and Castro agreed to place strategic nuclear missiles secretly in Cuba.

However, missile defense is no longer limited to interception of strategic nuclear weapons.

strategic goals

One of FAO's strategic goals is the sustainable management of the world's forests.

One of Chery's strategic goals is to expand in developing countries first and then in developed countries.

Viên had proposed an invasion of Laos "countless" times since 1965, making it one of his top strategic goals.

strategic thinking

This is not a place for show ponies, it's a time for carefully thought through strategic thinking.

Often cited as an example of slave writing, Perkins's letter is quoted by textbooks to illustrate slaves' personal struggle, heartbreak, and strategic thinking.

Using game theory and in collaboration with Rosemarie Nagel, he also investigated strategic thinking and identified the brain loci of different levels of strategic reasoning (in beauty contest games).

key strategic

Often they are at key strategic points.

He oversaw MLS's key strategic and business decisions and its marketing arm, Soccer United Marketing, of which he was president.

As part of this strategy, the company has expanded into new markets and related business areas, and highlighted digital as a key strategic priority.

strategic reasons

The targets have to be kept secret for strategic reasons.

The LNP contested every seat except Gladstone (held by an Independent), which they avoided for strategic reasons.

Prior to its removal for strategic reasons, the Australian feed was one in the Asia-Pacific region to have this block.

strategic advantage

Tell Heboua is upon a kurkar ridge, giving it the strategic advantage of high ground.

Possession of Basilisk and its wormhole terminus would give Haven a strategic advantage over the Star Kingdom.

Despite misgivings, Simon approaches Zoë; she lures Christopher into a trap where Simon has the strategic advantage.

strategic plans

redrew Ottoman boundaries to further Russia's economic and strategic plans.

The Joint Committee meets two to three times a year to approve budgets and strategic plans.

Mitcham also takes note of the fact that the British C-in-C actually feared that the German leadership would embark on Rommel's strategic plans regarding the Suez Canal instead of that of Hitler.