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Definition of stringency from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.
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Information about Stringency in the free online English dictionary and ... [Latin stringns, stringent-, present participle of ... stringent. tightness. want ...
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Fauquier Times-Democrat,The degree of stringency often required by the IRS to ... Welland Tribune,That stringency as in the 1990s will mean that interest rates ...
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Controlling the stringency is an important step in these experiments. Stringency - a term used in hybridization experiments to denote the degree of ...
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stringency (plural stringencies) A rigorous imposition of standards. A ... Retrieved from "http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/stringency" Category: English nouns ...
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stringency synonyms. stringency usage examples and stringency quotes. ... requirement: The stringency of the requirements reflect the course's popularity ...
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Dictionary. stringency - rigorous or severe: strictly controlled ... Budgetary Stringency. ... Stringency - definition of Stringency by the Free Online ...
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Click on the first link on a line below to go directly to a page where "stringency" is defined. ... stringency: Merriam-Webster's Online Dictionary, 11th ...
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stringency Reaction conditions - notably temperature, salt concentration(s) and ... At high stringency, duplexes form only between strands with perfect one-to-one ...
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Stringency of Tests for Random ... To gauge the stringency of a test, we conduct the test ... The stringency of the test is defined as the number of ...
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Especially, the stringency is seldom varied in probe characteristics studies (15, ... This was done for each PM and MM probe pair in the separate stringency zones. ...
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Strin·gen·cy n. (str ĭ n'j e n*s y̆ ) The quality or state of being ... stringent. corroboration (philosophy) Lucius III (Italian pope) Johannes Grob (person) ...
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... REDUCE STRINGENCY OF ... next week to reduce the stringency of air bag testing performed ... CU opposes the change in stringency standard, CU credits the new ...
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... Exact. Full Text. Everything2. hybridization stringency (thing) by BioTech ... The hybridization stringency is used to determine when a ... Stringency ...
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Regulations | New York ... Stringency Table - Types of ... We strongly recommend that you discuss stringency with your primary state regulatory contact. ...
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Regulations | Kansas ... Stringency Table - Types of ... We strongly recommend that you discuss stringency with your primary state regulatory contact. ...
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reasonableness of increased stringency at this time, but ICCAIA accepts that it ... stringency might provide significant environmental benefit because it would ...
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We estimate the rebound effect for motor vehicles, by whichimproved fuel efficiency causes additional travel, using a ... measure the stringency of CAFE ...
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stringency of a rule which can only be effectuated through ... statements about the importance of the compliance method in establishing the stringency of an ...
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