Notebook, 1993-



A standard, established rule, principle, measure, touchstone, test. . . of judgment or criticism or expectation. . . .for completion of assignment, for commencement of a new program, etc. . . . .

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For Example, 'Fit' as a criteria: which suggests: Adapted, Suitable, Acceptable, Proper, Ready, Sound, Healthy . . . . Meet, Apt, Happy, Felicitious . . . . Division of a poem . . . . Harmonioius, Seemly, Agreeable . . . . In Accord . . . . To condition, conform, insert . . . . To adjust until correct in place, shape, or size . . . . Belong . . . . To measure for determining the specifications of something . . . . To make a place for: Accommodate

Fit stresses adaptability and sometimes special readiness for use or action . . . Because every kind of relationship determines those things entirely good which do and do not fit, it is necessary to learn how to deal with various changes in relationship.

Other Criteria may include:
Specifications for materials or equipment

Time limitations . . . . Spatial boundaries . . . .

Too much or Too little of something

Qualities, such as

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Criterion a standard of judgment or criticism; an established rule or principle for testing anything [< KG kritérion a standard = krit- (verbid s. of krinein to separate, decide) + -érion neut. suffix of means] -Syn. measure, touchstone, test. See standard. [Urdang, Laurence, ed. Random House Dictionary of The English Language. New York: Random House, 1968.]



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