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cri·te·ri·on

 (krī-tîr′ē-ən)
n. pl. cri·te·ri·a (-tîr′ē-ə) or cri·te·ri·ons
A standard, rule, or test on which a judgment or decision can be based.

[Greek kritērion, from kritēs, judge, from krīnein, to separate, judge; see krei- in Indo-European roots.]

cri·te′ri·al (-əl) adj.
Usage Note: Like phenomenon, criterion comes directly from Greek and is singular. In standard usage, the plural is generally criteria, although criterions is sometimes used as well. Properly speaking, the form criteria should never be a singular noun, and phrases like this criteria and single criteria are widely viewed as erroneous. Similarly, the plural criterias is also viewed as a mistake and is usually edited out of published prose.

criterial

(kraɪˈtɪərɪəl)
adj
of or relating to criteria
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.criterial - serving as a basis for evaluation
standard - established or well-known or widely recognized as a model of authority or excellence; "a standard reference work"; "the classical argument between free trade and protectionism"
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This is likely to have a negative impact on these markets, as regulatory bodies are adopting stricter criterial for new drug approvals and reimbursement listing.
However universities established after June 2009 and those offering Distance Learning Programmes are not included in the selection in order to provide them time to adopt all criterial and enhance research ability and capacity.
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Relation to la typical * Relation to change * Syntheses, systems, structures * Critical analyses, antitheses, role of dichotomy and divergence * Destructuring * Skepticism on the great theoretical perspectives * Value of criterial, * Value of free, spiritual, structuralist, logical, relativistic interpretation objective interpretation beyond models, through own reflections, without turning to the value of consensus based on own experience * Creation, construction * Deconstruction through the critique of texts, relations, hierarchies, ideas, systems and structures.
The Neural Basis of Free Will: Criterial Causation.
To summarize this subsection, adding a comparative statistical sample reveals that the analogical associations argued to be criterial in the development of the energic are indeed of a significantly higher degree of frequency in the energic than in a sample of the Qur'an as a whole.
7) The debate between Bonhoffer and Sandbach contributed to our understanding of the tension between the genetic and criterial aspects of the Stoic [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]--which, as criteria common to all people, cannot depend on an empirical origin--and can be considered to linger on, in as far as the adversary positions find adherents to the present day.
Hence, "[t]here is really only one type of norm at work: the instituted conditions themselves have no independent criterial status at all" (314).
0007 meets recording criterial must be recorded if it results in death, days away from work, restricted work or transfer to another job, or medical treatment beyond first aid.

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