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nonstandard

[‚nän′stan·dərd]
(ordnance)
Differing from specifications, conditions, or procedures that have been prescribed or established; for instance, weather conditions different from those assumed in firing tables are nonstandard.
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During our in-depth follow-up interviews with 13 of the state child care administrators surveyed, we learned that although state officials are aware of the importance of access to and quality of child care during nonstandard hours, they are at different places in terms of addressing the issue, while simultaneously implementing many new federal and state requirements within the Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG).
Historical perspectives on representing nonstandard workers.
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A 2014 literature review on the subject concluded that children of parents who work nonstandard schedules do worse on a range of behavioral and cognitive measures than do children of parents who work only standard hours.
The deteriorating infrastructure of the country's highways, combined with greater traffic congestion, increased miles driven, and higher speed limits, has negatively affected private passenger auto claims frequency for both standard and nonstandard auto writers.
and [u.sup.n.sub.j] is the approximate solution for the MKDV equation (1) obtained from the nonstandard scheme (10) and u([x.sub.j], [t.sub.n]) is the exact solution at the mesh point (j[DELTA]x, n[DELTA]t).
New nonstandard instrument approaches are becoming more common and look deceptively like "standard" approaches.
One of the key messages of the book is that public policy has struggled, and is struggling, to keep up with the quickly evolving labor market and the growth of nonstandard employment.
For sake of completeness, in Section 3 we present the original nonstandard hull construction.
The criteria for selecting the "best" nonstandard approximation to the nonlinear term in the RLW equation come from considering the effects of the modified equation on the single solitary wave solution admitted by the RLW equation (1).
The new regulation required that investment in nonstandard assets be no higher than 35 percent of a bank's total outstanding wealth management products, or no more than four percent of the bank's total assets at the end of the previous year.