A: The two key characteristics are the ability to calculate and reflect on what's prudent for you, and the ability to respond with reciprocity to others--to respond warmly and generously to others' warmth and generosity.
What does KC stand for?
KC stands for Key Characteristic (process engineering)
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- Kennel Club
- Kennel Club of Great Britain (original kennel club)
- Kenny Chesney (country music artist)
- Kent City (Michigan)
- Keppel Club (Singapore)
- Kept Child (adoption)
- Keratinocyte-Derived Chemokine
- Keratoconus (medical; eye condition)
- Kern County (California)
- Kevlar Carbon (composite fabric)
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SAE Standard AS9100B defines a key characteristic as "the features of a material or part whose variation has a significant influence on product fit, performance, service life, or manufacturability.
A second key characteristic might be patient safety.
Other key characteristics include very low creep, low moisture absorption, high stiffness and strength, good flow in thin sections, good impact strength down to -76 F, excellent abrasion resistance, and excellent surface finish.
Motivation, April 2000), which he defines as "the ability to draw others to you," is another key characteristic.
Now researchers have obtained new experimental evidence that may illuminate key characteristics of the light source.
Particular emphasis should be placed on the following: continually determine the customers definition and perception of quality property management; isolating the key characteristics and aspects of quality; and then improving those processes that effect the key characteristics and aspects of quality.
One key characteristic of the private placement market is that it is information intensive, meaning that lenders must on their own obtain information about borrowers through due diligence and loan monitoring.