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the ideal in terms of which something can be judged

the value behind the money in a monetary system

an upright pole or beam (especially one used as a support)

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any distinctive flag

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conforming to or constituting a standard of measurement or value

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commonly used or supplied

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established or well-known or widely recognized as a model of authority or excellence

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conforming to the established language usage of educated native speakers

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regularly and widely used or sold

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Standard features: Rotary, shuttle, and stationary tables; tiebarless clamp; Vertex ST PC-based, closed-loop controller with 10.
Standard features: Two-tiebar clamp, variable-volume pump, Unilog control with graphical interface, integrated control cabinet for space savings.
JofA: How does the ASB intend to monitor the work of other standard setters?
In order to help coordinate agendas among the ASB, the PCAOB and the GAO, the chairs of each of these standard setters and their staffs meet at least three times a year.
Obviously, any new standard would have an Invitation to Comment period.
A new standard would be pretty short, he says, but not "slack.
One final commonly heard comment remains: "I thought I had to get a waiver to use a military standard.
If one were to ask members of the Department of Defense acquisition workforce whether or not military standards may be used in their programs, the responses might be surprising.
See Figure 1) The TC was comprised of representatives from a wide cross-section of both public- and private-sector organizations that could in addition to making a significant contribution to the deliberations--also provide considerable leverage in promoting the standard nationally.
Representatives of the RIM sector reviewed the standard in light of various other relevant international and national standards to determine if it should be adopted as a Jamaican standard intact or if it needed to be adapted to reflect local conditions.
Publicly traded companies in the European Union are bracing for the implementation of the International Financial Reporting Standard--set to replace the various country-based accounting standards among the EU member states on Jan.
Companies have already spent huge amounts of money preparing for the new reporting standard," he said.
The emphasis here at the Joint commission has shifted (from new standards every year) to further evaluation of standards now in place.
The Joint Commission's change, evidenced in its new 2004 standards and survey procedures, is a rocket boost into the 21st century.
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