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rigour

(US), rigor
Maths Logic logical validity or accuracy

rigor

[′rig·ər]
(medicine)
Stiffness.
A chill associated with muscular contraction and tremor.
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Carcasses that go into rigor relatively slowly are liable to be toughened by cold shortening after cooling.
Rigor says that we cannot monitor the communications coming from these drug lords, "Inaantay namin yung [anti-]wiretapping law (We're waiting for the anti-wiretapping law).
During the 2014-15 school year, Pahokee Middle School principal Michael Aronson was asked by his superintendent to visit another school in his Florida district, Acreage Pines Elementary, which was an LSI School for Rigor.
A number of organizations had failed in securing their network for lack of awareness, according to Jeno Rigor, Pama and Lucenario's colleague.
Enrico Rigor of the Philippine National Police Drug Enforcement Group (PNP-DEG).
The Essentials for Achieving Rigor model of instruction and corresponding series of books were developed to help teachers provide that caliber of truly rigorous instruction.
Contract notice: Glass and building cleaning in primary school rigor, rigor 5, 22391 hamburg, for the period from 11.
We were told later it was because rigor mortis sets in shortly after death and that you cannot eat muscle meat for at least 24 to 48 hours after death.
He's a firm believer that if such a secret could be distilled into one idea, that idea would be what he calls "intellectual rigor.
A National Council for Teaching Quality report citing a lack of rigor and grade inflation in teacher preparation courses is being disputed by the organization that represents college and university education programs.