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  • 41 strict — (L). Drawn together, tight …

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  • 42 strict — a. 1. Tight, strained, tense, close. 2. Tense. 3. Exact, accurate, precise, very nice, careful, scrupulous, particular, close. 4. Severe, rigorous, stringent, stern, austere, harsh, uncompromising, strait laced. 5. Confined, limited, restricted,… …

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  • 43 strict — adj 1. narrow, rigid, rigorous, stringent, harsh, illiberal; hard, hard and fast, adamant, inflexible, inexorable, unyielding, uncompromising, hard nosed. 2. exact, exacting, precise, accurate, faithful, literal; scrupulous, meticulous,… …

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  • 44 strict —   A o ikaika, ho oku uku u ole, o ole a, nihinihi …

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  • 45 Strict Baptist — Strict Baptists, also known as Particular Baptists, are people who believe in a strict Calvinist interpretation of Christian theology.HistoryGeneral and particularIn the early 17th century, Baptists in England developed along two different… …

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  • 46 Strict constructionism — refers to a particular legal philosophy of judicial interpretation that limits or restricts judicial interpretation. In the United States the phrase is also commonly used more loosely as a generic term for conservativism among the judiciary.… …

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  • 47 Strict scrutiny — is the most stringent standard of judicial review used by United States courts. It is part of the hierarchy of standards that courts use to weigh the government s interest against a constitutional right or principle. The lesser standards are… …

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  • 48 strict´ness — strict «strihkt», adjective. 1. very careful in following a rule or in making others follow it: »Our teacher is strict but fair. 2. harsh; severe; stern: »strict discipline, strict justice. Cinderella s stepmother was very strict with her. 3.… …

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  • 49 strict liability — see liability 2b Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. strict liability …

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  • 50 strict construction — n: interpretation (as of a writing or legislation) based on a literal or technical understanding of the words used Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. strict construction …

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  • 51 strict scrutiny — strict scru·ti·ny n: the highest level of judicial scrutiny that is applied esp. to a law that allegedly violates equal protection in order to determine if it is narrowly tailored to serve a compelling state interest see also intermediate 2,… …

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  • 52 strict foreclosure — n 1: a proceeding in which the amount due on a mortgage is determined and a period of time within which it must be paid is fixed with the understanding that in the event of the mortgagor s default title will be vested in the mortgagee free of any …

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  • 53 strict liability — ➔ liability * * * strict liability UK US noun [U] LAW ► the legal responsibility of a company for damage or injury caused by its products or services, even though it did not intend to cause the damage or injury: »The Consumer Protection Act… …

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  • 54 Strict nature reserves of Finland — Strict nature reserves are specific areas in Finland which have been established for scientific reasons. Their primary purpose is the conservation of nature and research. The regulations for the nature reserves are much stricter than those for… …

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  • 55 Strict Nature Reserve/Wilderness Area — Strict Nature Reserve (IUCN Ia)/Wilderness Area (IUCN Ib), dt. Strenges Naturreservat/Wildnisgebiet ist die höchste Kategorie I der World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA) der International Union for Conservation of Nature and… …

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  • 56 strict product liability — Under Part II of the Consumer Protection Act 1987, a product is considered safe if it presents either no risks or risks reduced to a minimum. Compliance with relevant British Standards and product specific safety regulations made under the 1987… …

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  • 57 Strict logic — is essentially synonymous with relevant logic, though it can be characterized proof theoretically as* ordinary logic without weakening, or * linear logic with contraction.ee also* Substructural logic …

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  • 58 strict liability — n. absolute liability of a manufacturer or seller of a defective product causing injury or damage, despite showing exercise of due care * * * …

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  • 59 strict control — index force (compulsion) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 60 strict disciplinarian — index dictator Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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