uniform grading

uniform grading

A particle-size distribution of aggregate in which all pan fractions are present without a preponderance of any one size or group of sizes.
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with properly remunerated and cared-for teachers, national curricula and uniform grading. Eton-Harrow-Oxford-Cambridge are a blessing and a curse.
RENAULT has updated the trim levels of two of its three electric vehicles on sale in the UK - the ZOE supermini and urban Twizy - to bring them into line with the company's combustion-engined vehicles and create a more uniform grading structure across all the brand's models.
The Five Star Quality Service Award was established to provide a uniform grading system that rates quality in chiropractic clinics across the country.
I don't believe there is such a thing as a uniform grading system.
Leading family medicine journals have adopted a uniform grading system known as the Strength of Recommendation Taxonomy (1) (SORT), which includes these key elements and 3 levels of evidence.
Leading family medicine journals have adopted a uniform grading system known as the Strength of Recommendation Taxonomy' (SORT), which includes these key elements and 3 levels of evidence.

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