Without understanding when or how, without a tangible change in the stilted intoning of the stage-puppets, she was conscious of another time and place.
It was tediousness made tangible, a street builded of lassitude and of futility.
They were staggered to learn that a real tangible person, living in Minnesota, and married to their own flesh-and-blood relation, could apparently believe that divorce may not always be immoral; that illegitimate children do not bear any special and guaranteed form of curse; that there are ethical authorities outside of the Hebrew Bible; that men have drunk wine yet not died in the gutter; that the capitalistic system of distribution and the Baptist wedding-ceremony were not known inů
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They set tangible goals.
The performance goal should be expressed as a tangible, measurable objective, against which actual achievement can be compared.