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Meanings and phrases
- rigidly accurate; allowing no deviation from a standard; rigorous
- (of rules) stringently enforced; hard-and-fast
- characterized by strictness, severity, or restraint; nonindulgent
- incapable of compromise or flexibility; rigid
- severe and unremitting in making demands; stern; exacting
- Columbanus' Rule regarding diet was very strict.
- Anthony maintained a very strict ascetic diet.
- His followers observed a very strict rule of discipline.
- The alphabetization of articles in the and follows strict rules.
- Today, visits are allowed to Chernobyl, but limited by strict rules.
- The NAWCH developed a series of techniques to get hospitals to relax their strict rules.
- In a strict sense, Czech literature is the literature written in the Czech language.
- One is ferromagnetism in the strict sense, where all the magnetic moments are aligned.
- In a very strict sense, it is not entirely orthodox to call the Holy Scriptures the "Word of God".
- In poetry, it adopts strict adherence to metre.
- The abbey was noted for its strict adherence to the Rule of St. Benedict.
- Overall, the system is designed to encourage role-playing over strict adherence to a set of rules.
- That made strict liability a more practical standard.
- This is similar to the modern concept of strict liability in tort.
- Thus, smells emanating from pig sties, strict liability against dumping rubbish, or damage from exploding dams.
- There was no natural justice, just strict discipline and punishment.
- The Institute was famous for its strict discipline and high level of education.
- Instead of patronage and corruption in the officer corps, he imposed strict discipline in all ranks.
- Stamford's standard is a more strict 10%.
- Later, more strict crash regulations mandated doors that offered as much protection as passenger car doors.
- During the extremist Islamism of Zia-ul-Haq, a more strict anti-Ahmadiyya law was passed known as Ordinance XX.
- In UFJ, the court permitted a less strict standard.
- The exact standard, however, may be more or less strict.
- The 1959 reforms resulted in a less strict system of criminal justice.
- Exemptions would be granted under strict control.
- Having granted entrepreneurs with benefits, Peter the Great established strict control over them.
- The guild, known as the University maintained a very strict control over the glassmakers' techniques .
- In the beginning, racial classifications that identified race were inherently suspect and subject to strict scrutiny.
- In January 2013 the U.S. District court ruled that the law did not specifically target religion and therefore must not pass strict scrutiny.
- Likewise, in "Adarand Constructors, Inc. v. Peña" , an affirmative action program by the federal government was subjected to strict scrutiny based on equal protection.
- These units were reportedly capable of meeting the EPA's strict regulations and began delivery in the latter half of 2007.
- The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has very strict regulations as to what can and what cannot be called a "synthetic" stone.
- Since the only raw material not available in the country was wood, it was purchased from neighbouring countries under strict regulations.
- Bosutska šuma is one of two strict nature reserves in Vojvodina.
- Pure Lutheranism was now fortified in a number of local churches by Corpora doctrinæ of a strict nature, and the work for concord went on more and more definitely along the lines of eliminating Melanchthonism.
- Polistovsky Nature Reserve Polistovsky Nature Reserve, Polistovsky Zapovednik () is a strict nature reserve (a "zapovednik") in the northwest of Russia, located in Bezhanitsky and Loknyansky Districts of Pskov Oblast, in the Polist-Lovat Swamp System.
- A strict disciplinarian, he was sometimes known as 'Hughes-Hitler'.
- Rudran (Girish Karnad), a very strict disciplinarian father of two daughters, hates the word 'Love'.
- She was a strict disciplinarian, who ensured that Da'Ville attended church and sang in the church choir.