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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of standardise.


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  • Or again, if he standardises his whole social existence and rejects its farther possible problems, he is likely to have peace and a free mind to attend more energetically to his spiritual development.

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  • "The proposal standardises the use of this cheque in such a way that the banks are more readily able to comply with their obligations in the collection of these cheques," he said.

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  • The Bill standardises social work legislation in the country, repealing laws previously in force in the TBVC-states and self-governing territories.

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  • Nous nous limiterons volontairement aux plants mdicinales qui constituent actuellement la majeure partie de ces matires premires et dont les techniques de rcolte nous paraissent les plus respectes pour ne pas dire les mieux standardises.

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  • The programme standardises the way primary aged children are measured across Wales.

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  • Sebi standardises risk warning in mutual fund advertisements - Business News

  • The Government is claiming that this recognises that employers have the right to confirm who comes into the workplace at any time, and that the proposal largely standardises current practice, as most union visits to workplaces are made with notice.

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  • "Globalising a taste does not promote it but rather standardises and homogenises it," Petrini said in an open letter in an Italian newspaper.

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  • The CDMI standardises ways of defining service levels for data stored in public or private cloud infrastructure.

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  • Typographical_Guidelines standardises markup for use in translation, either to official manuals (DocBook) or to other languages.

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