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guideline

noun advisory limitation, aspect, bench mark, borderline indication, boundary, confinement, dimension, direction, formula, gauge, general guideline, guide, idea, instruction, key, limitation, margin, marker, measure, outer limits, parameter, perimeter, restriction, rule, specific, standard, yardstick
See also: code
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Corroborating documentation can be produced and verified that a systematic literature search and review of existing scientific evidence published in peer reviewed journals was performed during the guideline development.
A guideline outlining a seven-step process that creates a methodology by which security risks at a specific location can be identified and communicated, along with appropriate solutions.
But generally, the guidelines make sense for everyone involved.
It is planned to revise this protocol according to the AGREE Instrument and in conjunction, update the guidelines systematically beginning with the acute ankle sprain guideline in 2004.
As the movement toward guidelines gains momentum, questions arise about the role guidelines will play in medical malpractice litigation.
We still need to be informed--we need to understand what these new guidelines mean.
In summary, Guideline for Managing E-Mail makes a solid business case for an organization to invest in a system to manage e-mail messages as records.
At least 10 different published (but nonauthoritative) quantitative materiality guidelines are found in corporate professional literature, providing materiality amounts that vary widely for the same type of audit.
First, it is imperative that each administrator helps his staff to understand the vagaries of working under interpretive guidelines.
The guidelines encourage future ship design that limits hazardous materials, notes Pierre Portas, a senior program officer for the Secretariat of the Basel Convention.
I would like to see the judge throw out this year's guidelines," he said last Friday, June 26th.
The Commerce Clause component of the Guideline states that "substantial nexus" exists where "an out-of-state business or its representative is, or is deemed to be, physically present in the taxing State.

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