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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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national electrical standards. This is accomplished by periodic "primary" calibration of the force laboratory's computing multimeters by the Quantum Electrical Metrology Division of the NIST Electronics and Electrical Engineering Laboratory.
To learn about teacher candidates' assessment literacy, an equally important question to raise is: To what extent are the Standards for Teacher Competence in Educational Assessment of Students (AFT, NCME, & NEA, 1990) being met?
Thus, there are growing demands for the development of a single set of high quality international accounting standards.
One of the major contributors to the increased bulk was identified as the overuse of military standards and specifications, and the solution was to "tailor" requirements to eliminate unneeded requirements and thereby decrease procurement costs.
To begin this process, a technical committee (TC) was convened and the roles of the records management sector and the Bureau of Standards in the preparation and adoption of the standards were outlined.
Brad Saunders is chairman of the PCMCIA, a non-profit trade association founded to establish technical standards for PC Card technology and developer of the ExpressCard Standard.
"As the standards-based education movement grows, teachers want more than ever to find and use the right instructional resources to address national, state and local educational standards," said Al De Seta, president, K-12, ProQuest Information and Learning.
Rather, she'll log thousands of work horn's with the goal of meeting the impending science standards and assessment requirements of the No Child Left Behind act that go into effect in 2005 and 2007.
During their June meeting in Toronto, Ontario, the Toronto Valuation Accord organizations reaffirmed their commitment to support ongoing changes in financial reporting standards in North America and the international harmonization of accounting standards.
Stratton will return to China in June to attend the International Organization of Standardization conference on toy safety standards and to continue meetings with Chinese officials.
The AICPA's exposure draft of proposed Statements on Standards for Tax Services No.
An important part of the answer to these questions is collaboration within the tax reporting supply chain--discussion, compromise and agreements by its members--and standards related to the information they exchange.
Over the past several years the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and other events have dramatically affected the setting of auditing standards and the focus of the audit process.
As he begins his second five-year term as Chairman of the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), Sir David Tweedie spoke about his first term and his expectations going forward.
The document delivery transaction exists within the larger context of interlibrary lending, which has been formalized according to the ISO standards 10160 and 10161 (ISO ILL).