Definition of conformance in English:

conformance

Line breaks: con|form|ance
Pronunciation: /kənˈfɔːm(ə)ns
 
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noun

Another term for conformity. conformance to international standards [as modifier]: conformance testing
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  • Maintaining confidence in our standards, and in the conformance of the same, with their associated infrastructure, is very, very important to New Zealand and to New Zealanders.
  • Therefore, the conformance of all currencies' long term and short-term trends vs gold is literally 100% - again except for the rand.
  • If the investor did not need to receive long-term gains and had rebalanced every six months, the overall gain would have increased and also the conformance to the original asset percentage would have improved.

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