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  • n. Plural form of standardization.

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Examples

  • No amount of standardizations or certifications will guarantee E. coli's eradication from food.

    Europe's Organic Food Scare

  • This morning, I was reading the Sunlight Foundation's Lab's director's Clay Johnson's blog post about what's next for the Labs, and a throwaway mention gave me that prickly sense down the back of my neck that I get when I know I've stumbled across something powerfully good: innovations in naming standardizations that will streamline fundraising reports, regulatory records, and more.

    What's In a (Standardized) Name

  • Especially it is so for tree-rings no standardizations can overcome this defect.

    An Excellent Sonechkin Comment « Climate Audit

  • Most people are used to thinking in regression terms, where standardizations only affect coefficients.

    A Red Noise Spaghetti Diagram « Climate Audit

  • The proposal gave details about structures and standardizations for laboratories, clinical trials, and manufacturing.

    AIDS: The Elusive Vaccine

  • Q What about the question of law enforcement getting access to encrypted computer data and certain kinds of standardizations?

    Press Briefing By Mary Ellen Glynn

  • International standardizations of tests using immune sera have thus been greatly hampered.

    The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1984 - Presentation Speech

  • Those are the external standardizations that are making the world really abominably alike.

    Canadian-Australian Contrasts

  • And software, depending on those bucketizations and standardizations, has to pick up the updates to fix the problems that come with treating so much of the information in the Unicode Character Database as "Ultimate Truth" when really it just, to borrow fron Unicode's ISO 10646 brethren, "Good enough for governments work."

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  • We try to categorize and bucketize and prioritize everything, but inevitably we find that the tightly interwoven standard has yet another issue that the neatly defined bucketizations and standardizations missed.

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