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In architecture, the name standard has been variously applied formerly to various articles of furniture which were too ponderous to be easily removed, as to large chests, the massive candlesticks placed before altars in churches, etc. The name is also applied to the vertical iron bars in a window. It is commonly applied to the ends of the oak bench
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[magazine] Standard is a Serbian weekly newsmagazine whose very first issue appeared on May 26, 2006. The magazine is sold under the mantra "Sve novine u jednoj" and its editor-in-chief duties are performed by Željko Cvijanović. In addition to its editor, Standard`s main columnists are Simonida Kažić and Zdravko Brkić. On June 12, 2009
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[music] In music, a standard is a tune or song of established popularity. ...
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[Indian automobile] The Standard is an Indian brand of automobile which was produced by Standard Motor Products in Madras from 1949 to 1988. Indian Standards were variations of vehicles made in the U.K. by Standard-Triumph. After being formed in 1947, their first product was the Vanguard, which began to be assembled in 1949. From 1955, vers
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[1911 automobile] The Standard was a German automobile manufactured between 1911 and 1912. The car was produced at Berlin-Charlottenburg using a rotary valve engine built by Henriod, which was unreliable and had not been fully developed; consequently, it was very unpopular. ...
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[1912 automobile] The Standard was an American automobile manufactured in Butler, Pennsylvania from 1912 until 1923. Produced by the Standard Steel Car Company, in a new factory claimed to have cost $2 million, the first cars used a six-cylinder engine but from 1916 the company was among the first to offer a V-8 engine. This was rated at 29
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[Italian automobile] The Standard was an Italian automobile manufactured from 1906 until 1908 by the Fabbrica Automobili Standard of Torino. The company produced a 10/14 hp four-cylinder which was sometimes marketed under the name FAS. ...
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[1904 automobile] The Standard was an American automobile manufactured between 1904 and around 1908. Successor to the US Long Distance, it was a 25hp four with wooden side-entrance bodywork. It sold for $3500. ...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: stan′dărd Definitions: 1. Something that serves as a basis for comparison; a technical specification or written report by experts. See: standard substance
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Those plants, especially roses, that are grown so all the branches are brought to a head on one single stem. A standard can also be a full size fruit tree. This is done strictly for esthetics.
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[Noun] A level of quality.
Example: The current standards of spelling are not acceptable in letters to our customers.
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A carefully trained form of tree, shrub or other woody plant with a head of foliage supported on a single bare stem. Half-standards have shorter stems.
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A set of rules, specifications, instructions and directions to use a barcode or other automatic identification system to your profit. Usually issued by an organisation, e.g. LOGMARS, HIBCC, U.C.C, etc.
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Mandatory requirements employed and enforced to prescribe a disciplined uniform approach to software development, that is, mandatory conventions and practices are in fact standards. [IEEE-STD-610]
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The Standards (front & back) of a large format camera where you perform the 'movements'. (see Monorail, Movements & Technical)
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[adj] - (linguistics) conforming to the established language usage of educated native speakers 2. [adj] - conforming to or constituting a standard of measurement or value 3. [adj] - established or widely recognized as a model of authority or excellence 4. [adj] - regularly and widely used or sold 5. [adj] - commonly used or s
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The long upright metal poles which constitute the vertical structure of a scaffold.
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A non-upgraded, off the shelf Airsoft model.
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A tree or shrub with a clear trunk or stem before the head of branches
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The large, upright, uppermost petal.
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A device used either to act as a rallying-point for troops, or for signalling in battle, or for recognition in parades. Different units used different devices and soldiers would need to be able to recognise their own at a glance. Within a legion, there would be standards for the legion, cohort and century. There would also be standards for any cava
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See British Standard.
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That which is established as a measure or model to which others of a similar nature should conform.
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a flag around which people rally. Today, term usually refers to the personal flag of a ruler, such as the Royal Standard of a British monarch. 1) - an identifying flag, equivalent to a color, carried by mounted or similar units. French - étendard Spanish - estandarte German - Standart Russian - shtandart Portuguese - estandarte Italian - stendardo
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Stand'ard noun [ Old French estendart , French étendard , probably from Latin extendere to spread out, extend, but influenced by English stand . See Extend .] 1. A flag; colors; a banner; especially, a national or other ensign. « His armies, in the fo
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