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noun archetype, basis of comparison, canon, comparison, criterion, example, exemplar, frame of reference, gauge, grade of excellence, guide, ideal, level of excellence, measure, model, norm, norma, paradigm, paragon, pattern, precedent, prototype, regula, touchstone
Associated concepts: standard established by law, standard of care, standard of conduct, standard of proof
See also: broad, bylaw, canon, code, constant, conventional, cornerstone, criterion, customary, decorum, designation, epitome, example, exemplar, familiar, general, guide, habitual, household, law, mediocre, model, mundane, norm, normal, ordinary, paradigm, paragon, pattern, popular, precedent, prevalent, principle, pro forma, prototype, rate, regular, repeated, representative, routine, rule, stare decisis, symbol, typical, uniform, usual

STANDARD, in war. An ensign or flag used in war.

STANDARD, measure. A weight or measure of certain dimensions, to which all other weights and measures must correspond; as, a standard bushel. Also the quality of certain metals, to which all others of the same kind ought to be made to conform; as, standard gold, standard silver. Vide Dollar; Eagle; Money.

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Number of maternal deaths in a hypothetical standard population, by total fertility rate and maternal I mortality ratio, according to age-group Age-group 1911 TFR/ 2005 TFR/ 1911 TFR/ 2005 TFR/ 1911 MMR 2005 MMR 2005 MMR 1911 MMR (scenario 1) (scenario 2) 15-19 894 2 7 279 20-29 9,822 34 64 5,312 30-39 13,573 58 98 8,011 40-49 6,169 9 67 836 Total 30,458 104 235 14,437 Notes: Numbers may not sum to total mortality to total because of rounding.
Cancer incidence is generally expressed as Age Adjusted or Age Standardised Incidence Rates (AAR) per 100,000 persons according to world standard population.
Compared with the standard population represented by the control group, the athletes had larger body surface areas and lower heart rates.
The annual age- and sex-adjusted incidence rates of all three skin cancers were computed per 100,000 person-years by direct standardization according to the European Standard Population.
The increased mortality risk was highest during the first year after hip fracture and returned to the risk of the standard population 3 years postoperatively.
The demographics of all developed countries in Europe, Asia and America are such that the standard population pyramid has been inverted.
To capture this effect, we include a variable for the share of a standard population that would be eligible for Medicaid based on the program eligibility criteria of the state in which the individual lives.
Ultimately, the OHP Standard population must drop from its current 53,000 to 25,000 by next June.

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