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the fact or condition of being rigorous and unsparing

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Successful implementation of strictness is reflected in the reduction and prevention of crime; not in the exercise of harshness towards citizens while crime rates continue to rise.
In the second set of analyses, we examined the potential moderating role that students' perceptions of their parents' parenting style, based on the acceptance and strictness scales, might have on their evaluations of the candidates with different teaching styles.
By contrast, 22 percent of respondents indicated the same or no change in underwriting strictness for personal auto.
the strictness of our household (which only relates to behaviour and manners by the way.
However, when Macedonia is up next to be reviewed by Brussels, the strictness of the European institutions, which is increasing each year, will be poured on Macedonia.
In his remarks, Secretary Science and Technology Ikhlaq Ahmad Tarar said that the strictness of technical regulations in food safety and agricultural health standards are major sources of concern among many developing countries.
When it comes to citizens' security, nothing can be expected from the government but strictness and decisiveness," he said as he received, in the presence of parliament chairman Dr Khalifa Al Dhahrani and Shura Council chairman Ali Saleh Al Saleh, senior officials at Gudaibiya Palace.
Thus it seems unreasonable to ask Feldman to write kindly of the sources of the Satmar Hasidic strictness, unreasonable to ask for "reflective commentary .
Having arrived at the 'Tec', all the masters gave us a good lesson in all subjects and despite the strictness we learned a lot.
3 Figure in brackets indicates strictness of ref in relation to 20 refs on Select Group and indiscipline of teams in relation to 12 Scottish Premier League teams
Describing the topological theory of integrable Hamiltonian systems at a level of strictness sufficient for self-dependent applications, Zotev (Moscow Power Engineering Institute) here further advances the work of A.
The product provides a comprehensive, embedded methodology kit with more than 100 deliverables to structure the project scope, organise the participants, manage decisions, anticipate risks, ensure quality and success, realise the knowledge transfer to the customer, guide user requests and guarantee strictness with flexibility.
According to work by Baumrind and Maccoby and Martin (as cited in Baumrind, 2005), parenting styles are categorized along two dimensions: the degree of parental warmth and involvement, and the degree of parental strictness and supervision.
Mrs Lodge, 56, from Shelley, said: "Nora had a strictness to her.
After he succeeded Abu Bakr, he said of himself: I became aware that the people have come to fear my strictness and my firmness.