Feat [noun]

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There’s no doubt this is enthralling, double-tap-worthy content, but unless you’re an athlete or a fitness professional yourself, you probably won’t be able to equal many of these feats at home.

The site is also projecting a 1-in-3 chance that the President repeats his 2016 feat of winning the election while losing the national popular vote.

Exactly how the immune system manages that feat isn’t known.

Bats, foxes, raccoons, boars and other wildlife that harbor potential zoonotic infections tend to hide in remote places, so vaccinating enough of them to create herd immunity is not an easy feat.

Achieving that ambitious feat could only happen if MediaTek’s chips are “widely adopted” by Huawei, Brady Wang, a semiconductor analyst at Counterpoint Research in Taipei, wrote in a note about the call.

In 2017, three teams — the Connecticut Sun, the Chicago Sky and the Dallas Wings — all topped 80 possessions per 40 minutes, the first time since 2011 that any WNBA team managed that feat.

The sequencing of the human genome was one of the greatest scientific feats of the past century, but it’s a little-known fact that it’s still a work in progress with considerable gaps.

Having achieved this feat he sighed again, and applied himself assiduously to the pie.

He made a deliberate effort to put himself in Zeal's place, and after several failures accomplished the feat.

By means of this proof he confutes the cowardly rival who claims to have achieved the feat.