Achievement is defined as the act of gaining, reaching, accomplishing or performing a goal through effort; it is a successful performance; an accomplishment.

See also:
"Achievement" is in the UNSPSC Code "49101707"
Achievement certificate

Ref: 120815/2006-09-19

Achievement refers to the total composition of shield and all other associated parts.

-see also:
"Achievement" is in the UNSPSC Code "49101707"
Achievement certificate

Ref: 86336/2006-09-13

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