厳格, 硬直, 悪寒, 過酷, 苛酷, 厳重, 厳酷, 厳粛, 緊密
Noun(1) the quality of being valid and rigorous(2) something hard to endure(3) excessive sternness
(1) Anyone suspected of any crime, or indeed anyone against whom there is evidence of any crime, may have applied to them the full rigour of measures that we could not justify for inclusion in normal criminal legislation.(2) Not every one can speak across media and different institutions as Martin and Morris can with intellectual rigour , accessibility and a sense of humour and relevance.(3) Such structures are necessary to protect national memory and to give a society confidence that the memory will be transmitted accurately and with intellectual rigour .(4) His intellectual rigour and sharp focus on finances have also kept Quinn out of financial trouble.(5) It raises the question of whether the full rigour of the penalty points system will be brought to bear upon speeding civilian ministerial drivers.(6) To help achieve all this, the teachers were given training to enable them to apply academic and intellectual rigour to the teaching of the moving image, and to adapt old and invent new teaching methods.(7) Enforcement is an assessment of countries' rigour in carrying out their laws.(8) His experiments with Cubism, however, had none of the quality of intellectual rigour associated with Picasso and Braque, for Zadkine's primary concern was with dramatically expressive forms.(9) Quality teaching and learning in the form of intellectual rigour was essential to the success of this project.(10) Although this book has a certain gossipy charm, it lacks intellectual depth or rigour .(11) Outstanding research was its underpinning, and intellectual rigour its hallmark.(12) What marks all of it, without exception, is intelligence and rigour , thoroughness and care, and an abiding dedication to the importance of the role architecture plays in an ever more complicated world.(13) his analysis is lacking in rigour(14) She referred to the honesty, integrity and intellectual rigour of Hodson and Archer's approach.(15) the full rigour of the law(16) The rigour of town planning laws will depend upon the philosophy of the government of the day.
(1) rigor mortis :: 死後硬直
3. hardship ::
4. asperity ::
5. validity ::
6. hardness ::
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