Examples of stringency in a Sentence
some people objected to the stringency of the new regulations regarding the alteration of building exteriors in the historic district
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Over time, the NFL’s stringency about the anthem faded somewhat.
That’s why our system came to treat questions of ethics with such stringency.
Mayor Frank Jackson has said the Justice Department may seek to relax the stringency of some of the consent decree's requirements.
Read more: Mercedes Halts Bid to Sell Diesel Cars in U.S. on Tough Scrutiny Among the challenges are U.S. tailpipe pollution standards set to increase in stringency over the next several years.
This detonated Sen. John McCain, who voted against Mulvaney, whose fiscal stringency extends to defense spending.
Private citizens, especially wealthy ones, who go to work for the government are often surprised by the stringency of its ethics rules.
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