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existing in fact whether with lawful authority or not

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Through these efforts, we will pursue the establishment of this sensor technology to achieve a de facto standard.
Modbus RTU protocols have emerged as a de facto standard for simple data acquisition and control systems built around standard PLCs.
Enter MATLAB, the venerable package of mathematical routines and computational methods that has been around for a long time now, and is a de facto standard for computation in many circles.
Though Wa is more a cluster of closely related dialects than a single language, the Paraok and Bible dialects have reasonable currency as de facto standard varieties, and so are used in this dictionary.
Currently, California is the only US state with a mandatory flammability rule for residential furniture, thus, California's flammability rule is usually used as the de facto standard in other states.
As the wearable computing industry is growing rapidly with companies like Apple and Google developing smart gadgets, Intel needs to keep pace with rival ARM, which is the de facto standard for silicon in small devices.
Recognized as the de facto standard for high-quality audio in cinema, Dolby's audio technologies- including Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Surround EX, and the newly released Dolby Surround 7.1 format-have dramatically enhanced the moviegoing experience, it added.
The iNetVu antenna systems have been very well received throughout Asia and are becoming the de facto standard for mobile satellite applications in one of the fastest growing markets in the world.
Hannspree's SRS-equipped SN series netbook PCs are available now throughout the USA, Europe and APAC regions, further solidifying SRS' position as the global de facto standard for consumer audio solutions across a wide range of consumer electronics, including PCs.
Nearly 90% of mobile operators have chosen to place their roaming tariff close to the cap set by the European Union, which is serving as a "de facto standard," according to Tariff Consultancy.
It might strike you as an odd question to ask: after all, most of us regard email as the de facto standard in communication.
TMMi is the de facto standard that organisations can use to measure and enable them to improve Testing and Quality related activities.
Sarbanes-Oxley's rigid auditing and oversight rules don't apply to not-for-profit organizations like AHERF, but they may one day apply to tax-exempt organizations or become the de facto standard.
Leaving aside the particular mechanics of different software, there are more than a dozen different Translation Memories in the market, ranging in price from the twenty-dollar amateurish "Alair II" to the highly professional, corporate and expensive 5,000 dollar "Alchemy Catalyst," or other suites like "Trados," a de facto standard, or its competitors "Deja Vu," "SDLX" or "'Transit".