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a means by which individuals are compared and judged

to ascertain the dimensions, quantity, or capacity of

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to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

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accepted or approved instance or example of a quantity or quality against which others are judged or measured or compared

the distance between the rails of a railway or between the wheels of a train

the thickness of wire

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diameter of a tube or gun barrel

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rub to a uniform size

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determine the capacity, volume, or contents of by measurement and calculation

measure precisely and against a standard

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adapt to a specified measurement

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Gager said that constant exposure to their parents' strife is likely what causes children's future relationships to suffer.
If Owen Gager imagines that voluntary communal self-prohibition is new, paternalist or derived from the Third Way, he is simply ignorant of what has been happening in indigenous communities over the past twenty years.
Desde la adolescencia ya ponemos a las ninas en este casillero que les indica que deben aprender a 'balancear las tareas"', indico Gager.
Gager divides her study into three parts: nervously, with a sense of its having been overdone before, the first part essays 'an extended biographical review of Dickens's exposure to, and assimilation of Shakespearean influences' (p.
Gager said, "Mexico is an important, expanding market and source of products for the remanufacturing segment, including major production rebuilders and smaller, yet competitive local rebuilders.
Most importantly, Gager illuminates the bases of the Church's stated antipathy to adoption, resolving the apparent contradiction between the Church's acceptance of spiritual, invented ties of god parenthood and its suspicion of actual adoption.
The prime motivation for adoption, Gager acknowledges, was childlessness.
Editing has not posed inordinately complex problems, since most of the works exist in single early printed editions or in a personal notebook Gager used to preserve his unpublished work, but in any event the editor and translator, Dana Sutton, has been faithful to the originals.
Gager belongs to the school which thinks it wrong to laugh at witchcraft.
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The panel of speakers features David Rockwell, award winning architect and designer; Juan Montoya, internationally acclaimed interior designer; James Gager, SVP and creative director for MAC Cosmetics; and Michele Oka Doner, internationally renowned artist.
HOLDEN Patricia Thoreen Gager, 80, of Holden, died Thursday April 1, 2010 after complications from a stroke.
As life gets busier and time gets tighter, a select group of go-getter spouses can successfully balance multiple time commitments," say the authors, Constance Gager, of Montclair State University, New Jersey, and Scott Yabiku, of Arizona State University.
The bridesmaids were Frances Gager, Jennie and Gina Bellhouse.