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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.
Lawmakers considered the two airlines' stewardess uniforms to be something that may arouse passengers.
There were regular uniform sales too, meaning secondhand items could be sold on at a fraction of the cost.
The only time any parent has to spend significant money on uniform is for the start of Year 7.
Independent research has shown that school uniform is great value for money and that the vast majority of parents are satisfied with their school's current arrangements.
Jess Hughes: If it's so important for kids to wear uniforms, then why don''''t the schools provide them free of charge?
The complement of an intuitionistic Fuzzy smooth quasi uniform open set is an intuitionistic Fuzzy smooth quasi uniform closed set.
Worn-out uniforms should be taken to textile banks to be turned into other clothing.
In an email, Jeffrey Mulqueen, the district's chief academic officer, stated that the uniform policy is voluntary in city schools, but is established formally through consensus when adopted by a school.
UPMO's top priorities include availability, continuously improving fit, comfort, safety and durability with the goal of providing 100 percent customer satisfaction on all uniform items.