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If the question passes, cars made in 2022 or later and sold in Massachusetts would be required to have standardized, open-access telematics systems accessible to the owner or anyone else.

Because ESG is so difficult to track and standardize, doing it properly is time- and research intensive.

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Many efforts have been made to unify and standardize EHR systems in different parts of the world, but few have gained widespread support.

Pelletier wrote in the report that the new commission would standardize attorney training, control caseloads and systematically appoint counsel to “ensure quality and efficiency.”

National parties began building up major fundraising and campaign consultant-driven operations, helping to standardize their messaging so that it actually meant something to vote for a Democrat or a Republican.

We standardized scores in each category then applied the weights indicated above to arrive at our final results.

Along the way, I wanted her to spend more time engaging teachers and less time endorsing standardized tests.

They had standardized the height of the platforms, standardized the rules.

The bill also mandates the implementation of a standardized training process for all CBP officers and Border Patrol agents.

And the standardized exam you are incessantly given to demonstrate these skills is the test known as being human.

Spacing after punctuation standardized, inconsistent hyphenation and archaic spelling retained.

The fourth item is not so easy but procedure can at least be standardized.

All things of common use are standardized into typical forms.

The activities of war correspondents have been thoroughly regulated, systematized, standardized.

I do not mean the standardized, tasteless things made in great pie factories.


On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to standardized, such as: regulated, graded, uniform, and consistent.

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