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not deviating from correctness, accuracy, or completeness

rigorous and unsparing in treating others

conforming completely to established rule

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rigidly accurate

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(of rules) stringently enforced

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characterized by strictness, severity, or restraint

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incapable of compromise or flexibility

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severe and unremitting in making demands

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To a question about the sale and supply of milk-pack and dry milk, he said the strict action would also be taken to control sub-standard milk in the market.
The CM directed that strict action should be taken against the negligent officials.
After an initial neurocognitive, balance, and symptom assessment in the emergency department, 45 participants were randomly assigned to strict rest and 43 controls were randomly assigned to usual care.
I am a strict mother," the newly-wed mother revealed to MailOnline at an event in Cannes, France.
Half were assigned strict rest for five days while the other half were given the usual care of 1-2 days of rest followed by a stepwise return to activity.
In a mini survey of her own posted on her official Facebook page, Hind told fans that she uses strict methods of obedience in raising her children, and was interested in knowing what they thought of her methods.
Strict rules mean that ex-pats cannot drink booze at home without a licence.
Clearly T is a reverse column-strict tableaux if and only if T' is a reverse-row strict tableaux.
The percentage of people who left a strict religious group and reported they were in excellent health was about half that of people who stayed in the group, said Christopher Scheitle, senior research assistant, in sociology.
The widely employed ACC/American Heart Association/European Society of Cardiology guidelines advise strict rate control with a resting heart rate below 80 bpm and a heart rate less than 110 bpm during moderate exercise.
The author of this book is an attorney who offers an intriguing account of the strict interpretation of the Constitution in light of the growth of federal power during the antebellum period.
2 : strongly enforcing rules and discipline <a strict coach>
Berco Production is owned by the Swedish financial consulting services and investment company STRICT AB.
MODIFIED VALUES OF THE STRICT MORPHOLOGY OF TYGERBERG IN THE SPERMATOZOA AND ITS RELATION WITH ABORTION OF REPETITION.
Activists worry that if BFI gets its way, the landfill could become a magnet for trash companies that are located outside Southern California -- and even the state -- that don't have as strict air pollution controls on their trucks.