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something that obstructs progress and requires great effort to overcome

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While these tendencies can be alleviated by slow cooling or by advancing the time of cooling, such measures can only be employed satisfactorily if the amount of rigor can be measured.
While Johnson merely displays how Rutherford Calhoun learns to "read" rigor mortis as analogous to his previously objectifying perception, Morrison uses shifting points of view to enable readers to experience and then reject perceptual rigor mortis.
Right now with regards to the operation of the NBP, we're continuously monitoring the activities," Rigor said when asked by Oaminal what the PNP has been doing to address the matter.
With a staff of expert practitioners, consultants and researchers, LSI identifies, develops and disseminates cutting-edge resources such as the Schools for Rigor initiative.
Some people tend to take information security for granted because they have no idea of the extent of impact when the system is compromised,' Rigor said.
If there is only a security camera (that could have recorded the events), that would help us know if the allegations are true or not,' Rigor said.
The Essentials for Standards-Driven Classrooms: A Practical Instructional Model for Every Student to Achieve Rigor " is guide, developed by authors of the Essentials series, brings it all together.
All muscles need to go through rigor, but some go through this process faster than others.
The NCTQ blamed a lack of rigor, saying teaching candidates are given assignments that are too broad and subjective to prepare them for the classroom.
National Day/ US TIME Magazine: King Abdulaziz Characterized by Wisdom, Rigor 3 Riyadh
Hull, Miles and Balka help teachers achieve mathematical rigor in the classroom by implementing the Common Core State Standards for Mathematical Practice.
It was a simple decision to review and redraft a number of our SOPs (standard operating procedures) related predominantly to research practices and human subject protection that allow us to provide the right level of rigor for each study while maintaining a competitive cost structure.
Given that music and entertainment industry programs in the United States are typically "housed" in either a department of fine arts or business, the increase in the number of part-time faculty may impact student perception of course rigor, anticipated and earned final grades, faculty accessibility and support, and the amount of time students spend outside the classroom preparing for class.