from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Conformity.
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- n. The act of conforming; conformity
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Conformity.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of conforming: conformity.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. correspondence in form or appearance
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He said he hopes to finance 60% to 70% of the project through bonds that are in conformance with Muslim prohibitions against interest.
As far as my argument concerning rent control, it is pretty much rock solid and in conformance with economics 101.
BCNR has NEVER told me that my documents (PH and BSM) were fake, however they did say that they felt they were "not authentic" and that was based SOLELY on the fact that they were not in conformance wit the "standard" documents.
In addition, whatever force the collection development policy has comes from its being approved by the school board which then delegates responsibility to its employee, the school library media specialist, to operate the school library media center in conformance with that policy.
The active exercise in conformance with excellence/virtue isn’t what Brooks has mind here.
If Congress, after due consideration, deems it appropriate to change the controlling statutes, in conformance with the Constitution and other laws, it has the power and prerogative to do so. [
In other words, the very premise of the fixed mindset finds value in fear as a way to maintain conformance, which is one of its key objectives (“this is the way we’ve always done it.”)
This modular approach means that today's achievements with TD-LTE will also accelerate the availability of Anite's test solutions for later phases of testing, such as conformance and interoperability testing, and which will be required to make the commercial deployment of TD-LTE a success.
In the eighties and the nineties, unlike the seventies and for non-top forty bands today, they cared more about conformance which is how records got sold.
I have been thinking about this on my motorcycle rides throughout the Black Hills, and it almost seems to me that the people who are currently in the positions of power in the US coroprate world almost value "conformance" and "slavery" and "power" over "profits" or