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u·ni·form

(yū'ni-fōrm),
1. Having but one form; not variable in form.
2. Of the same form or shape as another structure or object.
[L. uniformis, fr. uni- + forma, form]

uniform

[yo̅o̅′nifôrm]
1 having only one form or shape.
2 distinctive clothing worn by members of a group.

uniform

Having the identical shape or form of other objects of the same class.

uniform

(of leaves) wedge-shaped with the thin end of the wedge at the base.
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Security agencies will be on high alert to ensure parents are not exploited when buying uniforms,' he said.
The "eye-catching outfits" uniforms don't adequately reflect the identity of an Islamic nation, Malaysian lawmakers said.
According to Interior Ministry, the security guards have to use the pattern of uniform duly approved by the ministry which requires shirt and trousers of blue colour with security badge on shoulders and a badge with the insignia of the company.
2 Medical uniforms serve many purposes including representation of professionalism, holding things, and cover personal clothing.
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Jess Hughes: If it's so important for kids to wear uniforms, then why don''''t the schools provide them free of charge?
Worn-out uniforms should be taken to textile banks to be turned into other clothing.
Perez sent to the School Committee, said he supported the request because it appears the Chandler Magnet community wants uniforms, and because he thinks it's a good idea.
For added convenience, Navy and Marine uniforms that require embroidered items attached can be purchased with those items already sewn on through the Uniform Support Center.
When I taught in an American public school, I thought uniforms were significant only because they identified anyone who attended a private school.
Abdulkarim Qudah, a school principal, assured that almost 60% of the students do not wear their uniforms although the school contacted their parents in a bid to control the situation.