- n. Plural form of standard.
- adv. : Pertaining to standards, concerned with standards, specific to standards.
“Here is one of the most fascinating architectural designs from VMX Architects a team with very high domain standards from the Netherlands.”
“In general, we cover all such organisations under the term standards setting organisations (SSOs).”
“I was a little disappointed with the label, it's nice and to the point with good fall colors, but it really isn't up to the label standards of CaJohn.”
“Being able to customize it exactly to my standards is a big plus.”
“Right wing Milliband, who by my standards is a dead eyed revolutionary communist, was never going to run, he is nothing internally and his elevation is for the country not the activists.”
“Letting your customers set your standards is a dangerous game, because the race to the bottom is pretty easy to win.”
“The consortium creating the standards is the Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) Project, a group that includes broadcasters, mobile phone companies, set-top box manufacturers and movie studios.”
“Look here, these are what they call standards, did you write these?”
“Moreover, standardization is not a simple process, because what we refer to as standards from MP3 and JPEG to h.264 are in fact technologies owned by private companies or consortiums.”
“When Mozilla was defending its poor score on the Acid 3 test in 2008, Mozilla's Rob Sayre decried what he called standards "grandstanding" by browser vendors.”
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