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conforming completely to established rule

not deviating from correctness, accuracy, or completeness

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rigidly accurate

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demanding strict attention to rules and procedures

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The rigorous imprisonment also included two years rigorous imprisonment for wilful evading his lawful arrest and absconding for which NAB (KP) has also filed a separate reference U/C 31-A of NAO 1999.
Toten: Let me tell you, we have a very rigorous training regiment that we religiously stick to.
The BDTI Processor Evaluation Methodology is a rigorous means of evaluating the suitability of processors for DSP tasks.
Specifically, the ANPR provides that large, internationally active banking organizations that meet certain size or foreign-exposure thresholds would be required to meet rigorous supervisory standards and implement the advanced internal-ratings-based (A-IRB) approach for credit risk and the AMA for operational risk.
Hacsi's book is not only directed at politicians, the media and others who declaim on educational issues with apparent authority, but at the scientific community which has failed to agree criteria, standards and procedures for rigorous investigation.
The best course of action is for high schools to reinstate truly rigorous academic courses, but to differentiate among students with respect to the extent and rate of progress through the sequence of courses.
School counselors need to be integral players in closing this gap by assisting schools in helping all students gain access to rigorous academic preparation that will lead to greater opportunity for all students.
The AICPA used semantics and postured CPAs could avoid examination through an "early adopter opportunity," merely requiring "a rigorous self-assessment;" yet admitted, "grandfathering was considered" (and publicized) in early XYZ development.
Participants get a certificate that shows employers and/or clients that they have met the rigorous challenge of the AICPA Academy.
Gilli's monograph is somewhat cumbersome and repetitive, having too many introductions and conclusions and being devoid for the most part of a rigorous exposition of the subject matter.
Further, it appeared that online courses were more rigorous.
But the simplest and most important lesson to be drawn from the Third International Math and Science Study is that expectations are a lot lower and the curricula much less rigorous in U.
Myths sometimes graduate to the status of metaphysics when subjected to sustained and rigorous criticism.
The Kennedy program is similar to others that have begun to pop up at public schools across the country, which are competing head-on with private schools for students seeking a rigorous college-bound program.
Presenting an architectural portrait of rigorous purity and refined order, with form obediently following function, Shulman's photographs of commercial buildings and houses from the '30s, '40s, and '50s are high-Modernist foils to Jean Baudrillard's phantasmagoric vision of Los Angeles.