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Definition of Yardsticks

Yardstick
Yardstick Yard"stick`, n. A stick three feet, or a yard, in length, used as a measure of cloth, etc.

Meaning of Yardsticks from wikipedia

- centimeter (100 per meter), with numbers either in centi- or millimeter. Yardsticks are most often marked with a scale in inches, but sometimes also feature...
- Retrieved 23 June 2013. US Sailing Victoria Yachting Inc. "YACHTING VICTORIA YARDSTICKS - 2014-15". Retrieved 26 April 2015. "RYA Portsmouth Number List 2013"...
- (e.g. "two bills" being $200). The $50 note is occasionally called a "yardstick" or a "grant" (after President Ulysses S. Grant, pictured on the obverse)...
- the Directive Principles act as a check on the state; theorised as a yardstick in the hands of the electorate and the opposition to measure the performance...
- doi:10.1080/21670811.2012.714928. Flesch R (1948). "A new readability yardstick". Journal of Applied Psychology. 32 (3): 221–233. doi:10.1037/h0057532...
- considerably higher than those officially published. Using the relative yardstick favoured in many European countries, 27% of Chileans would be poor, according...
- David (2005-12-08). "The Measure of This Man Is in the Smoot; MIT's Human Yardstick Honored for Work". The Washington Post. "Cambridge: Just the Facts (City...
- Napoleon was a champion of the metric system and had no use for the old yardsticks. It is more likely that he was 5 feet 2 inches (1.57 m), the height he...
- accept Karl Marx's writings as revealed scripture. Yet from then on, the yardstick of his economic thinking remained Marxist, adjusted, where necessary,...
- said that “Life satisfaction is connected to a large degree to social yardsticks–achieving goals, meeting expectations.” Life satisfaction is one component...
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