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rigor

Meaning: tr
cefa; sertlik, katılık; özen
As I've already mentioned before, after a rigorous investigation, we have found nothing wrong with our company's management.
Angry at Leif Ericson for stealing his thunder 500 years before, Christopher Columbus once wrote a rigorous mathematical proof that showed how Ericson had never actually been to North America. Unfortunately, the proof was too difficult for even the brightest mathematicians to understand.
On the grammar of Esperanto Claude Piron noted "It's very rigorous and requires discipline -- let us just think about the n-ending -- but within the framework of that rigor it gives us so much freedom!"
We learn to die with a constant rigor throughout a lifetime.
At this moment the whole world is looking at us: they certainly look at us for the numbers of the infection, they see a country that is in difficulty but they also appreciate us because we are showing great rigor, great resistance and I have a deep conviction.
I corrected the punctuation somewhat, but not rigorously, because that is less important in belles-lettres.
Rigor mortis sets in soon after death.
Sami followed a very rigorous system.
The thief or swindler who has gained great wealth by his delinquency has a better chance than the small thief of escaping the rigorous penalty of the law.
Fortunately for today’s scientists, Apollo-era leaders had the foresight to save much of the 842 pounds (382 kilograms) of Moon soil and rocks retrieved by NASA astronauts 50 years ago for future generations. They figured new crops of scientists, using instruments of their time, would be able to probe the samples with unprecedented rigor.
Added on 2017-03-29 and updated on 2019-10-29 | by player1 | View: 434

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