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In their rubric, a full class of masked children — sitting indoors for hours — might be medium- or high-risk, depending on ventilation.WILL SCHOOLS FULLY REOPEN? IT MAY DEPEND ON WHETHER STUDENTS HAVE TO SIT SIX FEET APART.KARIN BRULLIARDMARCH 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Impact assessments are also common in human rights and sustainability analyses, and we’ve seen some early developers of AI impact assessments create similar rubrics.WHAT IS AN “ALGORITHM”? IT DEPENDS WHOM YOU ASKAMY NORDRUMFEBRUARY 26, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Several companies, including Radford and Option Impact, now make tech-driven rubrics that help match employees’ experience to their compensation.HOW TO BE A FAIR-PAY CEOMATTHEWHEIMERAUGUST 25, 2020FORTUNE
As often happens with the Fed, this is all presented under the rubric of crisis management, but history shows that the Fed’s interventions are very difficult to withdraw once a crisis is over.HOW JAY POWELL’S CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE IS CHANGING THE FED FOREVERCHRISTOPHER LEONARDJUNE 11, 2020TIME
He opposed, as has been said, the rubric bidding the communicants kneel; the attitude savoured of “idolatry.”JOHN KNOX AND THE REFORMATIONANDREW LANG
However, the fact that to this extent the rubric of Edward VI.RITES AND RITUALPHILIP FREEMAN
This was in accordance, as far as it went, with the original rubric of Edward VI.RITES AND RITUALPHILIP FREEMAN
Plainly, you cannot base foreign customs on an English rubric.RITES AND RITUALPHILIP FREEMAN
However, the rubric disappeared; and, I think, happily and providentially.RITES AND RITUALPHILIP FREEMAN
The Rubric, therefore, ordered that the Lessons should be said to uninflected song.RITES AND RITUALPHILIP FREEMAN

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