Behavior in accordance with socially accepted conventions or standards
loyalty to one's party need not imply unquestioning conformity
Compliance with the practices of the Church of England
Similarity in form or type; agreement in character
these changes are intended to ensure conformity between all schemes
(of strata in contact) A continuous sequence of deposits, typically in parallel strata
correspondence in form or appearance
acting according to certain accepted standards; "their financial statements are in conformity with generally accepted accounting practices"
orthodoxy in thoughts and belief
accord: concurrence of opinion; "we are in accord with your proposal"
ossification: hardened conventionality
(conform) be similar, be in line with
Conformity is the process by which an individual's attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors are conditioned by what is conceived to be what other people might perceive. ...
State of things being similar, or identical; A point of resemblance; a similarity; The ideology of adhering to one standard or social uniformity
(conform) To act in accordance with expectations; to behave in the manner of others, especially as a result of social pressure; To be in accordance with a set of specifications or regulations, or with a policy or guideline; To make similar in form or nature; to make suitable for a purpose; to ...
(Con-form) A text formatter which is automatically installed with Con-nect.
(Conform) Final step in the editing process in which a program is edited to High Definition. Typically follows the "Off-line" process (see "Off-Line").
(conform) A compound object created by projecting the vertices of one object, called the Wrapper, onto the surface of another object, called the Wrap-To.
(conform) Comply, to do as others do.
(conform) To prepare a complete version of your project for viewing. The version produced might be an intermediate working version or the final cut.
(conform) similar in shape to an earlier mentioned organ (e.g. in Thelypteridaceae, conform terminal pinna are shaped like lateral pinnae).
(conform) v. to follow established rules or patterns of behavior
is the degree to which members of a group will change their behavior, views and attitudes to fit the views of the group. ...
a type of social influence expressed through exposure to the views of a majority and our submission to those views.
A demonstration of whether a federally-supported activity is consistent with the State Implementation Plan (SIP) - per Section 176 (c) of the Clean Air Act. ...
The process to assess the compliance of any transportation plan, program, or project with air quality control plans. The conformity process is defined by the Clean Air Act and related amendments.
The peer-review team and committee's most demanding task is to assess the extent of substantial conformity achieved by the institution with respect to the operating principles. This evaluation inevitably involves subjective judgment. ...
The tendency to go along with the norms and standards of one’s group.
The US Clean Air Act stipulates that any approved transportation project, plan, or program must conform to the State Implementation Plan, a document with prescribed procedures for the implementation, maintenance and enforcement of primary and secondary pollutants.
The process in which transportation plans and spending programs are reviewed to ensure they are consistent with federal clean air requirements; transportation projects collectively must not worsen air quality. ...
Changing your attitudes, beliefs, thoughts, or behaviors in order to be more consistent with others.