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strict

(of plant structures) growing upwards, stiff and rigid.
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We will ensure [if found guilty] he will be given the strictest punishment,' Dr Mandhro added.
All information passed on to the commissioner will be treated in the strictest confidence and with the utmost sensitivity.
New York's law, the strictest in the nation, has placed an undue burden on carriers causing many to withdraw, and the resulting crisis has caused construction costs to skyrocket and rents to increase correspondingly.
The names and addresses of participants and any other identifying information will be held in the strictest confidence.
If that isn't enough to convince even the strictest fashionista to check out the action at the ballpark, there's even a chapter on "Avoiding the Ballpark Bulge.
which boasts some of the strictest gun laws in the nation.
In the strictest lexical sense, most health care organizations and delivery systems.
For this reason, we are confident that we can adhere to the strictest safety standards.
Turner's deep understanding of the SEC and financial reporting requirements strengthens our ability to ensure that our processes adhere with the strictest best practices of corporate governance.