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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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Dynsim 3.1 is an integral component of SimSci-Esscor's Dynamic Simulation Suite (DSS), which delivers the full power of rigorous dynamic simulation and control emulation for plant engineers, operators and managers.
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.
However, practitioners in the field and decision-makers outside the field of service learning have called for increased and more rigorous evidence of effectiveness (Martin, 2002; Astin & Sax, 1998).
The book contains numerous passages in which Eisenberg analyzes traditional Chinese healing methods and argues that Western and Chinese doctors alike "share the responsibility of applying rigorous scientific methods to the study of these techniques."
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.
Vuotalo is simultaneously open and closed, functional and heraldic, tough and rigorous yet gentle to individual users.
After September 11, the INS and State Department mandated that this security check should be more rigorous for certain nationalities, which remain classified.
That Peiresc's generosity of spirit did not extend to women in the early seventeenth century is not surprising; the same sort of opposition of tradition to novelty, of rigorous canons to random inclusivity, of apparent objectivity to sustained subjectivity, often with the same gendered language, has colored much academic discussion since that period.
The music major at both schools is considered to be fun yet rigorous. However, there are some interesting differences.
* What is the exam content, what will it measure, and how difficult is a rigorous credential examination?
Upon completion of this rigorous and extended educational process (group study or self-study), AICPA members can earn a "Fellow" certificate, a nationally recognized educational status.
Some critics argue that more rigorous international enforcement would impose Western values on many developing countries and harm their development prospects.
Further, it appeared that online courses were more rigorous.
That third party will also be able to see things with a fresh eye, allowing a rigorous and objective analysis.
However, when all of a firm's risk retention is coordinated under one function, and the same set of rigorous models and policies is applied across all risks, it frequently discovers it has significantly more risk retention capacity than it originally believed.