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standard form

[′stan·dərd ′fȯrm]
(computer science)
The form of a floating point number whose mantissa lies within a standard specified range of values.
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"Stevedoring companies offer standard form contracts to thousands of transport businesses around Australia, and the costs associated with the movement of containers has a direct effect on the running costs of many small businesses," Mr Keogh said.
This is in contrast to the present study, according to which Ortho Organizers archwires (Oval Arch Form and Standard Form) are best fit in most of the patients rather than 3M Unitek archwires.
The standard form is one-sided and presented by brokers without power to change anything of substance.
Given the contract's standard form nature, balancing interests between owners and charterers is no mean feat.
However, the NEC is more detailed and prescriptive in terms of promoting good project management when compared to FIDIC and the other standard forms.
where n+1 degree standard form with a variable zero can be represented as in (22).
At the conference, panelists objected to our provisions addressing standard form contracts.
This study examined the scores on a state standards-based Grade 5 Science assessment obtained by a group of students without learning disabilities who took the standard form of the test and by three groups of students with learning disabilities: one taking the standard form of the test without accommodations or modifications, a second taking the test with accommodations, and a third group taking the test with modifications.
They further said that at NHA is not implementing the Pakistan Engineering Councils Standard Form of Bidding Documents as approved by ECNEC and notified by Planning Commission of Pakistan including acceptance of bid security and performance security offered by bidders in the form of insurance bond as laid down in PEC Standard Form of Bidding Documents.
The parties also can use an off-the-shelf standard form to provide rules and remedies for situations in which opportunism is most likely to occur.
This work catalogues alternative clauses for use in modifying standard construction contracts issued by the American Institute of Architects, the Engineer Joint Contract Documents Committee, and similar bodies, with the emphasis being on the documents of the AIA, the most commonly used set of standard form construction contracts.
These reforms include a regime regulating unfair terms in standard form consumer contracts, the unfair contract terms law ('UCTL').

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