CONFORM


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AcronymDefinition
CONFORMComputer Output Notification Form
CONFORMConcurrency and Formal Methods
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Yes, but we are not to conform to nature; I wish these girls to be the children of Grace: and why that abundance?
In regard to this project of marriage for me, I will tell you, dear sweet friend, that I look on marriage as a divine institution to which we must conform. However painful it may be to me, should the Almighty lay the duties of wife and wife and mother upon me I shall try to perform them as faithfully as I can, without disquieting myself by examining my feelings toward him whom He may give me for husband.
There are three observations, however, which ought to be made on this head: FIRST, a great proportion of the instances were either immediately produced by the necessities of the war, or recommended by Congress or the commander-in-chief; SECOND, in most of the other instances, they conformed either to the declared or the known sentiments of the legislative department; THIRD, the executive department of Pennsylvania is distinguished from that of the other States by the number of members composing it.
He was one of those aboriginals of Canada who had partially conformed to the habits of civilization and the doctrines of Christianity, under the influence of the French colonists and the Catholic priests; who seem generally to have been more successful in conciliating, taming, and converting the savages, than their English and Protestant rivals.
The internal audit at Oman International Development and Investment Co (Ominvest) has received the 'generally conforms' rating, which stands as the highest rating, following a quality assessment review by the US-based Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA).
For business, changes to federal corporate deductions will affect states that conform to those provisions.
I suspect any dog licence would be similar to a driver's licence whereby the authorities have the right to a stop check and ensure they are conforming to the law of the land and similarly if you don't have a driver's licence then you are fined and given points and a ban from driving - so goodbye dog if you don't conform. Simple.
People identify with the computer to such an extent that they start to conform to its decisions and its judgements, even if they are wrong.
For example, a girl could identify as a lesbian and conform to gender norms while a boy could identify as heterosexual but express himself in a feminine way.
Ireland: reasoned opinion for failure to inform the Commission of the provisions it has adopted to conform to the Directive on the training of professional drivers (2003/59); referral to the EU Court of Justice for failure to communicate its national implementing measures to transpose the Directive on the safety of third-country aircraft using Community airports (2004/36/EC)
* The book-conformity requirement does not require a corporation to close and conform books and records that must be maintained for foreign-law purposes on the basis of a different tax year.