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  • r  in a stringent manner
    the laws are stringently enforced
    stringently controlled

  • Bush has promised that laws against hiring illegal aliens would be more stringently enforced.
  • Under Graham and his successor Susan Dudley, OIRA applied cost-benefit analysis stringently, with what their critics say were predictable results.
  • Instead, he quietly pushed through a series of significant reforms last winter aimed at forcing banks to assess the quality of their capital more stringently and to accelerate .
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  • Yet Another Man of Steel Trailer: Spoilerman?
    There have been a great many Man of Steel trailers, but since you haven't seen the entire movie in promo form yet, here's one more. It seems highly likely this one is somewhat spoilery, so proceed at your risk. It's mostly dialogue-less (this has been the most stringently epic series ... More »
    June 7, 2013 - Vulture

  • Ravi Shankar in Hindu
    Reading the criteria above as stringently as possible, I still see no way to avoid sweeping hundreds, perhaps thousands of high level government officials within the scope of the Court's holding, putting their job security and their administrative... Stephen Breyer Washington Post Jun 28, 2010 95389 126716 stringently We will deal with terrorists, whether inside or outside the country, stringently. A strong law like POTA will be enacted and coastal security will be strengthened," BJP spokesperson Ravi Shankar Prasad said.
  • Alex Maskey in Independent
    Mr Maskey said: "This afternoon's re-arrest is a clear abuse of the court's judgment. Sinn Fein has made our position in relation to all of this very clear. Human rights best practice must be stringently adhered to at all times, with people being...

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