compliance

All Noun
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  • It would take a third court order to force the studio's compliance.
  • Compliance has not been shown to be different between the two types.
  • Compliance with national or international standards is usually required by laws passed by individual nations.
  • In some of these cases, this has resulted in changes in compliance by states.
  • We seem to me to have gained nothing by all our compliances. Cited from Political Diary 1828-1830, Volume II, by Edward Law (Lord Ellenborough)
  • They also provide basic public goods through their link with cross compliance.
  • She asked me, upon my turning from her, if she should not say any thing below of my compliances? Cited from Clarissa, Volume 1 of 9, by Samuel Richardson
  • At the same time, higher education has been a reward for political compliance.
  • The second major area of social influence research is compliance.
  • All have longer half-lives and are given once or twice daily, which may improve patient compliance.
  • An operating building must remain in compliance with the fire code.
  • Thus far all non-compliance issues have been settled through discussion or negotiation.
  • At one point he tells her that he cannot date her because of her compliance with the diner policy.
  • However, this model is only useful when a current source is operating within its compliance voltage.
  • The Council also decided to meet again as necessary to ensure compliance with the current resolution.
  • Both systems have been adopted to improve international recognition and compliance.
  • This ensures their knowledge of rules changes and their compliance with these rules.
  • During this period, the environment for the majority of industry and business management teams was only important in terms of compliance with law.
  • I will not say by what compliances they must purchase its continuance. Cited from The American Union Speaker, by John D. Philbrick
  • If he loved fame, he never made improper compliances for what is called popularity. Cited from Life And Times Of Washington, V2, by Schroeder, &c
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