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The California Coastal Commission, which studies and oversees seawalls and other coastal development, has explicitly stated that seawalls do not provide any quantifiable public safety benefit.Seawalls Are Not the Answer to Coastal Bluff Erosion|Laura Walsh|January 11, 2021|Voice of San Diego
What WNBA front offices will be looking for, then, is a legitimate, quantifiable leap or further development of a skill already flashed, while they cast a net wider than the top prospects for 2021 and think in multi-year terms.How These WNBA Prospects Can Improve Their Draft Stock|Howard Megdal|November 24, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
Well, despite the seemingly open-ended nature of this question, I’ve conducted extensive research, and I’m pleased to report that it does, in fact, have a quantifiable answer.Why 20 Miles Is the Perfect Length for a Bike Ride|Eben Weiss|November 20, 2020|Outside Online
Recently, however, there have been signs that the Institute is taking a more strategic and quantifiable approach.
Our research for the report has drawn our attention to the total lack of quantifiable data on the impacts of climate change on heritage in sub-Saharan Africa.Some of Africa’s most important heritage sites will be lost to climate change without intervention|Nick Brooks|August 20, 2020|Quartz
But seriously, the fame of Breaking Bad—that has been a quantifiable change.The King of Dramedy: Bob Odenkirk on ‘Nebraska,’ ‘Breaking Bad,’ and ‘Better Call Saul’|Andrew Romano|November 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The press has very few data points to point to: money, polling, and a quantifiable ground game.
To manage a crisis, seasoned handlers attempt to assess quantifiable marketplace damage, or precisely what must be preserved.