Sources: Law Dictionary; CC-CEDICT
His thesis summed up the new achievements made in computers, artificial satellites and rockets.
The source also said that the Duchess of Cambridge feels "fulfilled" by her achievements over the last twelve months.
No matter how many faults there are, our achievements are the main thing.
The abysmal academician's acarpous writing had accomplished little in achievements to date.
So I thank you for what you've already accomplished, and I look forward to hearing about all of your achievements in the years ahead.
He said that China's reform, opening up and modernization drive have scored admirable achievements and China is playing an increasingly important role in international affairs.
He expressed admiration for the achievements that Brunei people have scored under the leadership of the Sultan and congratulated the Sultan upon the successful hosting of APEC meeting by Brunei.
As a friend of the Dutch people, we feel truly happy for you and admire your achievements.
Acceptance: This is not the anxious adoration of a mother who pins her hopes for happiness on her child's appearance or achievements.
Under your leadership, the achievements of this region have again expanded the health agenda.