rigorousness

  • 1rigorousness — index rigor, severity Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2rigorousness — rigorous ► ADJECTIVE 1) extremely thorough or accurate. 2) (of a rule, system, etc.) strictly applied or adhered to. 3) adhering strictly to a belief, opinion, or system. 4) harsh or severe: rigorous military training. DERIVATIVES rigorously… …

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  • 3Rigorousness — Rigorous Rig or*ous, a. [F. rigoureux, LL. rigorosus. See {Rigor}.] 1. Manifesting, exercising, or favoring rigor; allowing no abatement or mitigation; scrupulously accurate; exact; strict; severe; relentless; as, a rigorous officer of justice; a …

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  • 4rigorousness — noun see rigorous …

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  • 5rigorousness — See rigorously. * * * …

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  • 6rigorousness — noun The property of being rigorous, strictness …

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  • 7rigorousness — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun The fact or condition of being rigorous and unsparing: austerity, hardness, harshness, rigidity, rigor, severity, sternness, strictness, stringency, toughness. See EASY …

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  • 8rigorousness — rɪgÉ™rÉ™snɪs n. harshness, strictness, severity; exactness, precision, strict accuracy …

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  • 9rigorousness — rig·or·ous·ness …

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  • 10rigorousness — noun 1. something hard to endure the asperity of northern winters • Syn: ↑asperity, ↑grimness, ↑hardship, ↑rigor, ↑rigour, ↑severity, ↑severeness, ↑ …

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  • 11Two-phase locking — This article is about concurrency control. For commit consensus within a distributed transaction, see Two phase commit protocol. In databases and transaction processing two phase locking, (2PL) is a concurrency control method that guarantees… …

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  • 12rigor — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. harshness, hardness, austerity, severity, stringency, rigorousness, strictness, rigidity, inflexibility, sternness. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. rigidity, stiffness, inflexibility, hardness, sternness,… …

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  • 13rigourousness — noun 1. something hard to endure the asperity of northern winters • Syn: ↑asperity, ↑grimness, ↑hardship, ↑rigor, ↑rigour, ↑severity, ↑severeness, ↑ …

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  • 14severeness — noun 1. something hard to endure the asperity of northern winters • Syn: ↑asperity, ↑grimness, ↑hardship, ↑rigor, ↑rigour, ↑severity, ↑rigorousness, ↑ …

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  • 15severity — noun 1. used of the degree of something undesirable e.g. pain or weather (Freq. 2) • Syn: ↑badness, ↑severeness • Derivationally related forms: ↑bad (for: ↑severeness), ↑severe …

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  • 16Concurrency control — In information technology and computer science, especially in the fields of computer programming (see also concurrent programming, parallel programming), operating systems (see also parallel computing), multiprocessors, and databases, concurrency …

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  • 17Serializability — In concurrency control of databases,[1][2] transaction processing (transaction management), and various transactional applications (e.g., transactional memory[3] and software transactional memory), both centralized and distributed, a transaction… …

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  • 18hardness — noun 1. the property of being rigid and resistant to pressure; not easily scratched; measured on Mohs scale • Ant: ↑softness • Derivationally related forms: ↑hard • Hypernyms: ↑consistency, ↑consistence, ↑eubstance, ↑ …

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  • 19harshness — noun 1. the roughness of a substance that causes abrasions (Freq. 1) • Syn: ↑abrasiveness, ↑scratchiness • Derivationally related forms: ↑scratchy (for: ↑scratchiness), ↑abrasiv …

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  • 20inclemency — noun 1. weather unsuitable for outdoor activities • Syn: ↑bad weather, ↑inclementness • Ant: ↑good weather (for: ↑bad weather) • Derivationally related forms: ↑ …

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