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use "stringent" in a sentence

These are still directives by the Security Council and differ only in that they do not have the same stringent enforcement options, such as the use of military force".

Due to less-stringent orbital laws they were able to clone their remaining family from these two.

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false charges.

Other obstacles to closer relations were the ongoing language strife on the status of the Swedish language in Finland.

The shock was evident on her face when she hears all the strife that has been circling around in her family.

The frequency of rebellions, riots, and civil strife in Qing Dynasty Taiwan is often encapsulated in the saying “every three years an uprising; every five years a rebellion” (Kerr 1965 : 4).

It will be the cause of strife and discord throughout the land.

Davies began to be more quotably critical, describing the "solemn and binding" accord between the government and the TUC (after the failure of In Place of strife ) as useful only in the lavatory.

As the north and south were by this time very polarized on many issues, this act was a recipe for civil strife in the new territories.

Angry over strife's deception in Tartarus, Hercules goes to Ares to settle things.

As they approached Bunkeya, they found the land affected by famine and strife, with a number of burnt and deserted villages.

The high echelons of the political scene during the Song Dynasty left a notorious legacy of partisanship and strife among factions of state ministers.

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