Recent Examples of uniformity from the Web
Proponents of setting a statewide minimum wage argue that doing so will help the economy and help save jobs by insuring uniformity.
There are people of goodwill at companies such as Google, Cloudflare, and GoDaddy — people who understand the high cost of censorship and the dangers of ideological uniformity.
While each unit is different, the building’s style does have some uniformity.
The director of the American Homebrewers Association was happy to agree that Budweiser’s industrial uniformity and light flavor is exactly what has led so many to explore other options.
Seiler looked at its overall appearance, the uniformity of the cuts, and if there were 'second' cuts in the blanket.
Like many styles of street dances, voguing isn’t centered on a rigid formula that dictates uniformity.
Among the problems with achieving uniformity: Which way would the rule change go — every transfer in any sport has to wait a year, or everybody is immediately eligible?
DeWine asked the advisory group to examine: The uniformity of university policies, fees, and penalties regarding unpaid student accounts.
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