The act of attaining; the act of arriving at or reaching; the act of obtaining by exertion or effort. (noun)
Examples of word attainment
You put those things together, and it seems like what the statute wants the EPA to do is set a NAAQS for GHGs near zero, require all areas to be in attainment for that level of emissions, which would then require a finding that all areas are out of attainment, which would require a suspension of any EPA permit that would increase emissions, and SIPs for states to achieve impossible levels.
The end of all scholarly attainment is to live nobly.
In a special essay on Hispanics, the report notes that Hispanic immigrant adults 'degree attainment is 14 percent, compared with U. S.-born Hispanics at 25 percent.
While skill attainment is a valid goal, still anything that cannot go on forever will stop.
How a child is raised between 1-16 (education, parental support, etc …) plays a much bigger role in attainment and income than anything between 16-39. jmo says:
How do we “boost educational attainment at the bottom” when educational attainment is “depressingly” easy to predict by age 5?
Once the certain level of attainment is reached the pupil can then decide to go on to vocational or academic training or go out to work.
To attempt to shorten the road between desire and attainment is nine times out of ten to go astray, and to miss the wished-for object altogether.