standardizing

[ stan-der-dahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF standardizing
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This standardizing of the day of labor, while not general in the country, had its effect.

The concept "right" reflects the standardizing, valuing process of a synthetic order and a synthetic self.

The "Beau Monde" might have been described as a magazine for the standardizing of the newly-rich.

The Conservation Division worked out and enforced methods of standardizing patterns in order to economize materials and labor.

At the Imperial Conference of 1911 a scheme was foreshadowed for standardizing naturalization throughout the Empire.

She should have taken a commonplace lover, or husband, put out that flaming midnight torch with the standardizing light of day.

The French invented the limber and about 1550 took a sizable forward step by standardizing the calibers of their artillery.

The standardizing of agricultural practice will also do much to produce the community mind that is so much desired (p. 97).

Practically no progress has been made in standardizing household work.

Successful manufacture on a large scale is possible only by standardizing the methods of production.

WORD ORIGIN

1857; see standard + -ize. Related: Standardized; standardizing.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR STANDARDIZING

normative

adjectivenormalizing
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