common measure


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Synonyms for common measure

a time signature indicating four beats to the bar

an integer that divides two (or more) other integers evenly

the usual (iambic) meter of a ballad

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Between 2010 and 2013, visa facilitation measures in Silk Road countries accounted for 14% of all improvements made globally, with the most common measure being substituting a traditional visa requirement for a visa on arrival.
Unlike high school grades or rank, admission tests are a common measure for comparing students who have attended different high schools, completed different courses, received different grades in courses taught by different teachers, and had access to different opportunities and experiences both in and out of school.
ACO's return on equity, a common measure of profitability, betters that of the industry average--18% compared to 17%.
The company's return on equity, a common measure of profitability, tops that of the industry average--18% compared to 15%.
The company's return on equity, a common measure of profitability, easily surpasses the industry average--18% compared to 12%.
Credit is recommended as a common measure of the volume of learning.
Increasing the use of overtime appears to be the most common measure taken by facilities to help manage these fluctuations, despite the high costs and potential pitfalls that are often associated with this tactic.
The company's return on equity, a common measure of profitability, doubles that of the industry averageCo50% compared to 25%.
001) in mean HbA1c levels, a common measure of glycemic control, by week eight with each of the Glumetza/sulfonylurea combination regimens.
All four patient groups demonstrated significant reductions in HbA1C, a common measure of glucose levels (p less than 0.
WebIntegrity reporting applies a common measure of quality across multiple sites and facilitates communication among developers, quality assurance and operations personnel, increasing their ability to identify problems with site content, correct them before putting the site into production and ensure that content in production is of the highest quality.
Part II: The Provision of Local Money: Southeast Asian monies and the problem of a common measure, with particular reference to the nineteenth century
Today, Senators Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) and Michael Bennet (D-CO) called on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to reverse course and apply a common measure of the societal costs of carbon pollution in its review of a major gas pipeline project in the Southeast.