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  • r  in a rigorous manner
    he had been trained rigorously by the monks

  • It is already widely accepted that even the most rigorously adhered-to diet will not produce the same results from person to person.
  • It was Sun's view that, in the early stages of China's regeneration, the country should be controlled by a rigorously structured central party, dedicated in loyalty to him .
  • Rather, it was that the occurrence seemed so impossible: We think of our highways and other infrastructure as being so well built and so rigorously inspected and maintained as .
News & Articles

  • Beaumont High School commencement speech for Stephen Cao
    Good evening ladies and gents. It's finally here. Graduation. We can finally laugh in Mr. Perry's face and tell him that we did it. We have worked rigorously for the past four years and now we are here.
    June 21, 2013 - The Record Gazette
  • Innovation Zombies, and Other Hazards For Great Ideas
    Ideas can be the easy part of innovation. If innovators define challenges rigorously, they face a reasonably straightforward task in creating exciting concepts. Walls can get covered with provocative stickies, and a handful of winning notions may be simple to spot. Time to high-five!
    June 20, 2013 - Forbes
Quotes

  • Barack Obama in Reuters
    We will never undertake this research lightly,Obama said. "We will develop strict guidelines, which we will rigorously enforce, because we cannot ever tolerate misuse or abuse."
  • John Lynch in The Union Leader
    This review should include an assessment of the adequacy of policies and safeguards related to power shut-offs and a determination of whether those policies are being rigorously adhered to by New Hampshire's utility companies,he wrote.
  • Stephen Colbert in Seattle Times
    As I endeavor to protect our children from bears, DonorsChoose.org is protecting public school kids from classrooms that lack the materials necessary to rigorously prepare them for college,Colbert said.

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