Translation of rigour in Spanish:




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    • His experiments with Cubism, however, had none of the quality of intellectual rigour associated with Picasso and Braque, for Zadkine's primary concern was with dramatically expressive forms.
    • Outstanding research was its underpinning, and intellectual rigour its hallmark.
    • Although this book has a certain gossipy charm, it lacks intellectual depth or rigour.
    • She referred to the honesty, integrity and intellectual rigour of Hodson and Archer's approach.
    • We are applying the same analytical rigor to our efforts on diversity that we apply to other aspects of our operations.
    • What marks all of it, without exception, is intelligence and rigour, thoroughness and care, and an abiding dedication to the importance of the role architecture plays in an ever more complicated world.
    • The method of delivery may be important to student perceptions of course quality and rigor.
    • His intellectual rigour and sharp focus on finances have also kept Quinn out of financial trouble.
    • Peer review, analysis and criticism are integral parts of intellectual and academic rigor.
    • To help achieve all this, the teachers were given training to enable them to apply academic and intellectual rigour to the teaching of the moving image, and to adapt old and invent new teaching methods.
    • He taught with the uncompromising rigor and attention to detail he had exhibited when I first knew him twenty years earlier, but also with a richness of life experience that enthralled our students.
    • Not every one can speak across media and different institutions as Martin and Morris can with intellectual rigour, accessibility and a sense of humour and relevance.
    • It's up to you to decide how much time to invest in which area, and what level of rigor or method to apply to match the quality level needed.
    • Quality teaching and learning in the form of intellectual rigour was essential to the success of this project.
    • In each of these enterprises, she brought to bear her characteristic rigor and discernment, as well as the pellucid prose style for which she was justly celebrated.
    • Even though many projects are individually quite powerful in their intellectual reach and rigor, and some do reach across institutions, it is hard to look at them collectively and see more than a disconnected jumble.
    • Following this tack, he has promoted ideas, constructed theories, designed and carried out experiments, and built working prototypes - all with meticulous care and rigor.
    • Strong claims in either direction are dangerous and misleading, as well as lacking in intellectual rigor.
    • Such structures are necessary to protect national memory and to give a society confidence that the memory will be transmitted accurately and with intellectual rigour.
    • They understood that the university's chief appeal to many intellectuals was not its scholarly rigor but the sense of community it provided.