nonconformity

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nonconformity

[¦nän·kən′fȯr·məd·ē]
(geology)
A type of unconformity in which rocks below the surface of unconformity are either igneous or metamorphic.
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In the study conducted by Smith & Almeida-Muradian, (17) who examined the labels of various kinds of products, among them cereal foods for children, observed that in the nutrition facts table were the greatest number of nonconformities, i.e.
To understand the best methods for eliminating nonconformities in any process, one must first understand the sources of nonconformities and the most effective ways to eliminate or control each type.
Instead of itemizing paint nonconformities on clipboard form as is typically done, the operator touches the pen to the area of the tractor graphic where the nonconformity occurred--the hood, for instance.