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

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Examples

  • Vizio also standardizes many parts across its product line, allowing it to buy parts in bulk for cheaper prices.

    Vizio Jumps Into PC Fray

  • But scale is far more central now, because ObamaCare standardizes benefits.

    Big Insurance, Big Medicine

  • In related news: The first findings of the independent study of the 2007 mayoral takeover of the public schools are in; the eggheads says that standardizes tests "are of limited value in determining whether students are actually learning more" and DCPS needs better data on student performance.

    DeMorning DeBonis: March 7, 2011

  • Comparison Ads also standardizes the information presented to users, making it easy for them to sort and compare offers on a side by side basis.

    Introducing AdWords Comparison Ads

  • The big risk to Apple's integrated hardware-software gadget strategy is that it will eventually lead to the same fate that almost killed the company last time: marginalization in a niche "premium" market while the rest of the world standardizes around a more ubiquitous platform.

    Henry Blodget: Hey, Apple, Google Chrome Is Kicking Safari's Ass

  • The big risk to Apple's integrated hardware-software strategy is that it might eventually lead to marginalization in a niche "premium" market while the rest of the world standardizes around a more ubiquitous platform.

    Henry Blodget: Hey, Apple, Google Chrome Is Kicking Safari's Ass

  • Additionally, the CDR delivers all reports found on the current UBPR Web site, standardizes the format of each report, and significantly expands the range of information provided in the state average report.

    March « 2010 « ResourceShelf

  • A 50-year-old accountant from Tacoma, Washington, Hoffman is the originator of XBRL , a set of tags that standardizes financial information.

    Road Map for Financial Recovery: Radical Transparency Now!

  • The atomic clock at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) standardizes our time, dictating when we arrive at meetings and take our children to soccer practice.

    Open Govt Dialogue Improves; But Import Still Unresolved

  • The platform that we have built over the past decade captures and standardizes contracting opportunities issued at the state, regional, and local level.

    Mike Pickett: What We Do Know About the Recovery

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