ACCURATE


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ACCURATEA Center for Correct, Usable, Reliable, Auditable, and Transparent Elections (voting research center)
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How far the convention may have succeeded in this part of their work, will better appear on a more accurate view of it.
When we pass from the works of nature, in which all the delineations are perfectly accurate, and appear to be otherwise only from the imperfection of the eye which surveys them, to the institutions of man, in which the obscurity arises as well from the object itself as from the organ by which it is contemplated, we must perceive the necessity of moderating still further our expectations and hopes from the efforts of human sagacity.
As there is no existing word, our definition would perhaps be more accurate if we coined some word like 'ruddered' as the correlative of 'rudder'.
But it may be fancied, that from the naked skeleton of the stranded whale, accurate hints may be derived touching his true form.
This was not the map we found in Billy Bones's chest, but an accurate copy, complete in all things--names and heights and soundings--with the single exception of the red crosses and the written notes.
A distinction, more subtle than accurate, has been raised between a CONFEDERACY and a CONSOLIDATION of the States.
That, in the course of the time they passed together in inquiring into and discussing the true interests of their country, they must have acquired very accurate knowledge on that head.
Educators say determining an accurate dropout rate is traditionally difficult due to problems in tracking students after they leave a particular school or district.
Accurate strip stacking of narrow rubber strips has traditionally been a manual function, in order to lay strips into a basket or on a pallet, one or two laborers are required.
Because they are worried about being misled, some people may fail to believe accurate information that it would have been beneficial for them to believe.
In general, pedometers were most accurate recording steps taken and less accurate calculating distance.
The authors wanted to find out whether two elements of statement analysis can identify accurate and complete statements.
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