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(string),
A slender cord or cordlike structure.
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Raising the standard and stringency of Part B, MinLaw has carefully considered and accepted in principle the Committees recommendation to raise the standard and stringency of Part B of the Singapore Bar Examinations.
The rule announced on August 16 significantly increases engine stringency levels for over-the-road segments and for vocational applications.
"Our analysis reveals how the EPA relied on tactics buried deep in the rule's complex regulatory formulas to make the rule at least 28 percent more stringent, which will increase compliance costs on states, utilities, and consumers by billions of dollars." For instance, the rule's stringency relies heavily on the EPA's decision to use 2012 as the basis for its assumptions on deployment of wind energy, demonstrating the Agency's deceptiveness.
I did have some encouragement from the Cabinet member that funds might be found in the County Council to deal with this, but, no doubt owing to financial stringency, this has come to nothing.
Building policy scores were based on five metrics: stringency of residential and commercial building codes, energy code compliance efforts, energy saving targets, incentives and financing for efficient buildings, benchmarking requirements, and availability of efficiency service programs and providers.
This paper presents an innovative methodology based on stringency matrixes, as a decision algorithm, that improves the current selection method for structural materials used in the reactor pressure vessels (RPV) manufacturing.
The standards released in 2010 increase the stringency of the existing minimum conservation standards for these three types of residential heating products, which account for about 18 percent of energy use in homes across the country.
"We appreciate that the city council is facing a time of financial stringency but investment in reducing air pollution should save money as well as lives in the long term."
Our proposed methodology identifies the demand-enhancing effect and the trade-cost effect of MRL stringency separately based on one simple but essential fact: the same MRLs affect different trading partners differently.
The company validated seven biomarkers at high stringency after taking 508 highly curated disease and control samples.
It is not "gebroks" (for those who keep this stringency), has no legumes (i.e.
"The scope and stringency of NF Validation, requiring an extensive validation study as well as a multi-lab ring trial, demonstrates the method's robustness and accuracy."