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yardstick

a graduated stick, one yard long, used for measurement
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And now, having Yardstick back at home, we become connected even deeper because they get an actual taste of that passion,' shared Andre as he recounted his journey.
The white yardstick has value "because not to acknowledge the progress black people have made in our generation would be ridiculous.
Meanwhile, the yardstick to be used by the other 48 remains as defective as ever.
Robson believes his side must use three of their best home displays as the yardstick to cure their travel sickness.
In its second role, the same diagram is offered to the observer/critic as a yardstick against which to measure the finished building, a 'fast-track-packaging' of architecture, a reduction to the 'one-liner' to the 'headline'.
It won't be easy, and it won't be quick, but at least they have a pretty good yardstick to measure things by--Mexico is growing, now, steadily.
Although hard financial numbers may not be available to quantify the return on investment of Presentation College's modernization effort, Rissmann will apply her own yardstick at the end of the next school year.
He was slow out of the gates and hung for a while during the race before getting the hang of things and making decent progress to take second behind fair yardstick Pride Of Nation.
Earnings per share, a frequently used performance yardstick, was ranked last in importance.
And that's a significant and substantial increase by any reasonable yardstick,'' Palmer said.
You Will Need: Yardstick Rug yam, any color Scissors 4 cardboard toilet paper tubes, cut in half Glue 8 ribbons, 1/4" wide x 12" long Directions: 1.
Yardstick (1991, 12x, $275/year), industry statistics and related data