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demanding strict attention to rules and procedures

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Clearly they could want nothing but a stringent policeman.
Among these men there was a stringent code of honour, any infringement of which was punished by death.
There is a need for high quality GMP commercial ingredient manufacturing as regulations surrounding supply chain and excipient quality become more stringent.
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Doc Sheldon warned in an article published on Search Engine Watch that the standards are "significantly more stringent than before.
Therefore, these loads have been subjected to the most stringent securement and containment standards possible, greater than for any other commodity.
The Palladium system provided the features we needed to meet stringent product delivery schedules and increased our ability to test our ASICs and application-level software.
EPA officials say the more stringent standard, and the lengthened timeline, will force more complete emissions reforms necessary in Southern California while also allowing a realistic time frame.
The solution comes at a time when it has become well recognized that businesses require an enterprise-wide, end-to-end content management solution to meet increasingly stringent records management regulations, such as US Department of Defense ("DoD") 5015.
Application: Stringent effluent regulations often compel kraft mills to reduce their effluent volumes through closing the bleach plant liquid circulations.
The cleaning program, which began April 2, will assist service members in meeting the stringent shipping requirements of the U.
Therefore, Interior Contracting Corporation must work with extremely stringent time parameters to move the occupants of each floor into their space and then begin on another floor.
Of course, even the most stringent background check would have done no good in the case of high-profile immigrant criminal Kamal: His previous life in Gaza was by all accounts a quiet one of teaching English and translating.
x limits, none of these limits is so stringent that it requires an add-on pollutant-scavenging device -- comparable to a stackgas scrubber for sulfur dioxide.
2 methodology prescribed by Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute (SEI) evaluated Wipro on stringent parameters including the deployment of process frameworks, usage of process optimization tools and techniques like Lean and Six Sigma, integrated team structures at the project level and top management commitment to institutionalization of quality across the organization.