fit for purpose(Adjective)
appropriate, and of a necessary standard, for its intended use
The numerical value of fit for purpose in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of fit for purpose in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
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Over the course of this leadership election, the NEC has proven it is not fit for purpose and it confirmed many members' fears that it is neither effective nor professional in the way it governs the party.
The EU will fight for a very ambitious deal. When you have 196 parties, the easy way out is to agree a minimalistic agreement, we will work day and night to have an ambitious agreement that is fit for purpose.
He has seen better days. I think it is now clear that he is no longer fit for purpose. In fact if Zimbabwe was a democracy, Parliament was supposed to go and invoke Section 96 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe, he should actually be impeached. He is now clearly unable to discharge his duties as head of state.
The Secretary-General is totally committed to reforming the The United Nations and ensuring that The United Nations is fit for purpose and delivers results in the most efficient and cost-effective manner, however, abrupt funding cuts can force the adoption of ad hoc measures that will undermine the impact of longer-term reform efforts. The cuts to the U.N. come as no surprise. President Trump has several times criticized the value of the organization. In December, President Trump tweeted :.
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