Remember, the criterion is military incompetence: Benedict Arnold and Robert E. Lee were bad Americans, but not bad generals.
“My criterion for endorsing a candidate is going to be based on state-related issues,” she told me.
But we have a criterion called ‘visibility,’ which is how visible they are to their families.
Short-lived magazines such as Acorn (1905-6) and New Numbers (1914) are evaluated alongside Eliot's own criterion (1922-39).
There was never any one criterion for how every trombone or tenor saxophone or singer should sound.
I am well aware that such a vulgar test is no criterion whatever of a picture's real merit.
His dress was rich enough—but dress is no criterion on a Mississippi steamboat.
This faith, duly directed by reason, constitutes one criterion of truth.
It was still a mystery to her, and likely to be; she had but one criterion to discover his real thoughts.
There is no criterion of truth, either in sense or in reason.