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  • 21 rigor — {{#}}{{LM R34335}}{{〓}} {{SynR35187}} {{[}}rigor{{]}} ‹ri·gor› {{《}}▍ s.m.{{》}} {{<}}1{{>}} Severidad excesiva y escrupulosa: • El rigor de la sentencia ha sido muy criticado por la opinión pública.{{○}} {{<}}2{{>}} Precisión y exactitud: • El… …

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  • 22 rigor — noun Etymology: Middle English rigour, from Anglo French, from Latin rigor, literally, stiffness, from rigēre to be stiff Date: 14th century 1. a. (1) harsh inflexibility in opinion, temper, or judgment ; severity (2) the quality of being… …

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  • 23 rigor — /rig euhr/, n. 1. strictness, severity, or harshness, as in dealing with people. 2. the full or extreme severity of laws, rules, etc. 3. severity of living conditions; hardship; austerity: the rigor of wartime existence. 4. a severe or harsh act …

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  • 24 rigor — noun an abbreviated form of rigor mortis. Heat always upped the rate at which rigor gripped a corpse …

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  • 25 rigor — 1. SYN: rigidity (1). 2. SYN: chill (2). [L. stiffness] acid r. coagulation of muscle protein induced by acids. calcium r. arrest of the heart in the fully contracted state as a result of po …

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  • 26 rigor — (m) (Intermedio) falta de sensibilidad en el trato y cumplimiento de las normas; severidad Ejemplos: Los alumnos se quejan de que en nuestra escuela hay demasiado rigor. Dice que mantener la dieta exige mucho rigor. Sinónimos: disciplina, dureza …

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  • 27 rigor — noun 1) a mine operated under conditions of rigor Syn: strictness, severity, stringency, toughness, harshness, rigidity, inflexibility, intransigence 2) intellectual rigor Syn: meticulousness, thoroughness, carefuln …

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  • 28 rigor — rig•or [[t]ˈrɪg ər[/t]] n. 1) the quality of being strict; inflexibility 2) harshness of judgment or attitude; sternness 3) hardship of living conditions; austerity: the rigor of wartime existence[/ex] 4) a severe or harsh act or circumstance 5)… …

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  • 29 rigor —   n. shiver; chill; rigidity; abbreviation of rigor mortis.    ♦ rigor mortis, stiffening of body for period shortly after death.    ♦ rigorism, n. extreme strictness.    ♦ rigorist, n …

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  • 30 Rigor — Ri|gor der; s <aus lat. rigor, Gen. rigoris »Steifheit, Härte, Unbeugsamkeit« zu rigere, vgl. ↑rigid> svw. ↑Rigidität …

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  • 31 rigor — rig|or [ rıgər ] noun uncount the quality of being strict or severe: Until 1948 the law was enforced with varying degrees of rigor from district to district. the rigors of something the difficult and unpleasant aspects of a situation: the rigors… …

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  • 32 rigor — rigor1 [ rɪgɔ:, rʌɪgɔ:, gə] noun Medicine 1》 a sudden feeling of cold accompanied by shivering and a rise in temperature, especially at the onset or height of a fever. 2》 short for rigor mortis. Origin ME: from L., lit. stiffness , from rigere be …

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  • 33 rigor — n. 1) an abrupt attack of shivering and a sensation of coldness, accompanied by a rapid rise in body temperature. This often marks the onset of a fever and may be followed by a feeling of heat, with copious sweating. 2) See: rigor mortis …

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  • 34 rigor —    O ole a.    ♦ To treat with rigor, ho oko iko i …

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  • 35 rigor — rigour f. rigueur ; sévérité ; austérité. A la rigor : à la rigueur ; éventuellement. voir austère …

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  • 36 rigor — Stiffening of muscle as a result of high calcium levels and ATP depletion, so that actin myosin links are made, but not broken …

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  • 37 rigor — Synonyms and related words: Albigensianism, Catharism, Franciscanism, Sabbatarianism, Trappism, Waldensianism, Yoga, absolute zero, absoluteness, abstinence, abstruseness, accuracy, acerbity, acidity, acridity, acrimony, acuteness, adverse… …

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  • 38 rigor — ri|gor Mot Agut Nom masculí i femení …

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  • 39 Rigor — Stivhed …

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  • 40 rigor — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. harshness, hardness, austerity, severity, stringency, rigorousness, strictness, rigidity, inflexibility, sternness. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. rigidity, stiffness, inflexibility, hardness, sternness,… …

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