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Signing outside talent this year is difficult because of the league’s stringent covid-19 protocols.Washington is now down to its fourth option at left tackle: Right tackle Morgan Moses|Nicki Jhabvala|November 19, 2020|Washington Post
It set the most stringent rules and quickly hid posts from the misinformer in chief behind warning labels.Twitter and Facebook warning labels aren’t enough to save democracy|Geoffrey Fowler|November 9, 2020|Washington Post
This policy, designed to contain outbreaks, is more stringent than any of college football’s other four major conferences, which either require three tests per week or, in the case of the Big Ten, daily antigen tests.The Pac-12’s football season hasn’t even started and a game already has been canceled|Matt Bonesteel|November 5, 2020|Washington Post
Europe took a step closer to the stringent restrictions imposed during the initial wave of the coronavirus pandemic as leaders struggle regain control of the spread.Curfews, closings and police clashes: Spain and Italy impose tough new measures as COVID cases spike|Bernhard Warner|October 26, 2020|Fortune
Not to mention that SONGS would then have to jump through stringent regulatory hurdles to resume operations.Finding homes for the waste that will (probably) outlive humanity|Katie McLean|October 21, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Perhaps even more stringently followed was his policy against speaking in public without a prepared text.Lincoln the Primitive Communicator? What He Can Teach Modern Politicians|Douglas L. Wilson|December 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The director's professional life was equally choreographed—though more stringently, even obsessively, controlled.
Should we fix the ratings agencies by regulating them more stringently, or do we need to deregulate and increase competition?
Modern science stringently demands facts in support of any assertion, the word "faith" having no place in its lexicon.Man And His Ancestor|Charles Morris
Faithfully and stringently carried out, it might have saved the South.Four Years in Rebel Capitals|T. C. DeLeon
He subsequently admitted the folly of this by securing Lydia's rights as his successor as stringently as he could.Cashel Byron's Profession|George Bernard Shaw
The old blue laws were stringently enforced, and the penalty for infringement was usually a sharp one.Greenwich Village|Anna Alice Chapin
I am against any short hours' bill, and am of opinion that infant labour should be stringently and universally enforced.