overstrict

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overstrict

[ˌəʊvəˈstrɪkt] ADJ [person] → demasiado estricto; [regime, schedule] → excesivamente riguroso
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Nevertheless, an overstrict expectation of popular unity confines
Nevertheless, overstrict standard may result in lacking observation and less reliability of the solution [30].
HPSTM is applied to construct homotophy series solutions for fractional coupled systems, which has not too many overstrict assumptions compared to some classical methods.
Her parents are overstrict and have a huge focus on study which is very limiting to her social life; her mother makes awful fashion choices for her; her best friend is hanging around with the Queen Bees of Westside High (the Bs).
In a 1973 letter to his student Marc Chaduc, Abhishiktananda cautioned him about hastily dismissing all religious forms: In the dazzling light of the vision of Being, you have perhaps been overstrict in rejecting all the namarupas.
VIT isn't his fault - his kind of behaviour is nearly always due to overstrict toilet training.
Fathers' absence, lack of support for families, or overstrict adherence to traditional gender roles seem to influence the mother--daughter relationship and the mother's interaction with the daughter.