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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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Perhaps jaded AIDS advocates think the guidelines change is not significant.
Because this guideline was developed with the intention of submitting it to the American National Standards Institute as a candidate for adoption as an American national standard, it has a specific focus on U.
A draft of the guidelines manual was first presented this month to a joint meeting of the city council and planning commission, and a final version is expected to be submitted this month.
The guidelines were developed with input from all committee members and were reviewed by state highway engineers with experience in utilizing tire shred fills.
The OECD Guidelines state a preference for a "direct-charge" method (i.
The guidelines now confirm that vegetarian diets can satisfy those requirements.
However, OMB regulations do not provide quantitative guidelines for determining what is material; such determinations are left to the individual auditor's judgment.
A team that investigated the atmosphere at the Academy recommended the adoption of, guidelines governing religious activity at the institution and in the Air Force generally.
Atazanavir and FTC have been added to the guidelines as potential alternative drugs in certain regimens.
Those who must followthe procedural guidelines should be taught directly from the source.
The 89 pages of Basel Convention draft guidelines are being established at a crucial time in the shipping industry.
Guidelines is a road map for monitoring a firm's tax practice, either through a self-assessment or on a firm-on-firm basis.

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