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Friedrich's complexities are getting day by day more stringent.

The more stringent laws were enacted before the end of 1865.

Indeed, it is a pity that our extradition laws are not more stringent.

The system of coercion, hourly more and more stringent, speaks for itself.

Some blamed the Government for not framing a more stringent code.

To quiet the newcomers there would be fresh rapacity, more stringent despoilings.

He suggests that incompetent officers be reduced to the ranks, and that more stringent regulations be adopted.

Some discontent was, indeed, felt at the new and more stringent valuation of clerical property which was made after Nicolas IV.

For this is the result of all obedience, that the conception of duty becomes more clear and more stringent.

Canada has more stringent marriage and divorce laws than the United States.