Goal

A goal is a desired result a person or a system envisions, plans and commits to achieve a personal or organizational desired end-point in some sort of assumed development. Many people endeavor to reach goals within a finite time by setting deadlines. It is roughly similar to purpose or aim, the anticipated result which guides reaction, or an end, ...
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Goal

• (n.) The mark set to bound a race, and to or around which the constestants run, or from which they start to return to it again; the place at which a race or a journey is to end. • (n.) The final purpose or aim; the end to which a design tends, or which a person aims to reach or attain. • (n.) A base, station, or bound used in vario...
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goal

(from the article `Australian rules football`) ...the ground. Two shorter posts, called behind posts, rise to a minimum height of 3 metres (10 feet), with each one placed at the side of a goalpost ... ...(82 m) wide. Goalposts at each end are 21 feet (6.4 m) high and 21 feet apart with a crossbar 8 feet (2.4 m) above the ground. A point...
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goal

noun a successful attempt at scoring; `the winning goal came with less than a minute left to play`
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Goal

[ice hockey] In ice hockey, a goal is scored when the puck completely crosses the goal line between the two goal posts and below the goal crossbar. A goal awards one point to the team attacking the goal scored upon, regardless of which team the player who actually deflected the puck into the goal belongs to (see also own goal). Typically, a...
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Goal

[sport] Goal refers to a method of scoring in many sports. It can also refer to the physical structure or area of the playing surface where scoring occurs. In several sports, a goal is the sole method of scoring, and thus the final score is expressed in the total number of goals scored by each team. In other sports, a goal may be one of sev...
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Goal

Goal noun [ French gaule pole, Prov. French waule , of German origin; confer Fries. walu staff, stick, rod, Goth. walus , Icelandic völr a round stick; probably akin to English wale .] 1. The mark set to bound a race, and to or around which the const...
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Goal

a ball that crosses the goal line between the goalposts and below the crossbar for which a point is awarded; also, the 8-foot high, 24-foot wide structure consisting of two posts, a crossbar and a net into which all goals are scored.
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Goal

a ball that crosses the goal line between the goalposts and below the crossbar for which a point is awarded; also, the 8-foot high, 24-foot wide structure consisting of two posts, a crossbar and a net into which all goals are scored.
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Goal

A goal is awarded when the ball is successfully kicked between the posts (uprights). This is done with a drop kick during normal play or after play stops because one team committed a penalty; in the second instance, the ball can be placed on a tee.
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Goal

A score in football and hurling worth three points, awarded when the ball legally crosses the goal line under the bar and between the posts.
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Goal

A statement outlining the long-term results, accomplishments or objectives an organization seeks to
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goal

a surface in space marked by a structure of two upright posts 18 feet 6 inches apart extending above a horizontal crossbar whose top edge is 10 feet off the ground. The goal is the surface above the bar and between the lines of the inner edges of the posts, extending infinitely upward, centered above each end line in American, and each goal line in...
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Goal

A surface in space marked by a structure of two upright posts 18 feet 6 inches apart extending above
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goal

All goals, under international rules, must be scored -- they cannot be awarded by the referee. If a defender (other than the goalkeeper) punches the ball away from the goal, the referee cannot award a goal, even though the ball was clearly going into the net, and even though the defender's action was flagrantly illegal. The referee will eject the p...
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Goal

An individual`s or institution`s financial objective.
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Goal

Any time the ball crosses, at any height, the line between the goal posts, it is considered a goal regardless of who knocks it through, including the pony.
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goal

In psychology, any object or objective that an organism seeks to attain or achieve. ... Origin: M.E. Gol ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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goal

provides one point; scored when a puck goes between the goalposts from the stick of an attacking player and entirely crosses the red line between the goalposts; also the informal term used to refer to the area made of the goalposts and the net guarded by the goalie and into which a puck must enter to score a point.
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Goal

Provides one point; scored when a puck goes between the goalposts from the stick of an attacking pla
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Goal

Successful kick between the goal posts.
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Goal

the only method of scoring in football; for a goal to be awarded the ball must pass completely over the goal line in the area between the posts and beneath the crossbar.[83]
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Goal

This is an identifiable point from which measurements can be made. If possible the target should be clearly visible from the air.
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goal

Type: Term Pronunciation: gōl Definitions: 1. In psychology, any object or objective that an organism seeks to attain or achieve.
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Goal

Used in the context of general equities. Sell interest ('we've got 50 IBM to go'.).
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