At that time, there were strict regulations to accommodate passengers, some of which are still in force. Armstrong and others have pointed out that professional cycling has the strictest drug tests of any professional sport. You might be interested in the historical significance of this term. Search or search Rigorous in Historical Law in the Encyclopedia of Law. They must do so without partisan bias, but with a strict sense of enforcement and a more thorough definition of the law. Latin stringent-, stringens, present participle of stringere Search for legal acronyms and/or abbreviations containing stringent in the dictionary of abbreviations and legal acronyms. And is the policy really cleaner when strict restrictions are introduced? Among these men, there was a strict code of honor, the violation of which was punishable by death. Strict control of all local authorities by the central government has been envisaged. Nevertheless, we have strict regulations for adoption in this country.

Everard frowned anxiously; He had feared this question, but he had to be firm, because the doctor`s instructions were strict. I don`t know what Textor might think now, except that he was too strict in his rules. Lawmakers have expressed outrage and called for harsh penalties. Search or search rigorously in the American Encyclopedia of Law, Asian Encyclopedia of Law, European Encyclopedia of Law, UK Encyclopedia of Law, or Latin American and Spanish Encyclopedia of Law. Theme music by Joshua Stamper ©2006 New Jerusalem Music/ASCAP.