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- adjective adhering to established customs or doctrines, especially in religion, as e.g. Orthodox Judaism.
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- adjective Of or pertaining to
- verb Present participle of
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- adjective adhering to established customs or doctrines (especially in religion)
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We have to make sure that those Americans and by the way, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were mostly what we call conforming loan, which are the low loans often made of first home buyer.
She did not believe in conforming for the sake of conforming.
The Obey amendment provided $100 million to fund grants under the REAL ID Act to assist States in conforming with minimum drivers 'license standards.
The question is not whether one is orthodox in conforming to some peace formula or other, but whether one does something to promote peace.
His coat soon became a cause of offense and called forth another reproof from those buttoned up in conforming garments.
Thus did Moses: according to all that the Lord commanded him -- On his part, the same scrupulous fidelity was shown in conforming to the
And then there’s the twist on that exercise in conforming to a high word count, such as 1000-2000 words per day, no matter what.
This is why he claims to be "˜non-dogmatic 'while promoting his own form of dogmatism in conforming to the views of certain ID leaders, and even to those who pre-date the IDM but who use the words" ˜design 'or "˜intelligence' in their vocabulary.
The issue concerns the so-called conforming loan limit, or the size of mortgages that the two government housing giants are allowed to guarantee.
Bringing this so-called conforming loan limit down to zero over a few years, and then setting a date for the liquidation of Fan and Fred, is the reform that taxpayers need.