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Example Sentences for "rigid"

She went to a Catholic school where they had rigid regulations against datingThe rules regarding attendance and homework are very rigid in that institution.

She went to a Catholic school where they had rigid regulations against dating.

The social rules prohibiting marriage between different classes are rigidly followed.

My professor has very rigid views on the subject.

These new paper plates are quite rigid, even when they get wet.

We need some fairly rigid cardboard to make signs with.

The dead body was quite rigid, and had apparently been there for a while.

The young boy stood rigidly against the building wall as the large dog ran by.

The rigidity of these structures makes them vulnerable to cracks in the event of an earthquake.

Joseph Collins once said that by starving emotions, we become humorless, rigid and stereotyped.

Concrete is a much more rigid building material than wood.

The division of labor in rural Laos is almost as rigid now as it was generations ago.

The people of Albania suffered under a rigid communist government for 48 years.

Research suggests that compared to most western European countries, there are less rigid class barriers in the United States.

The branch we found had the necessary rigidity to hold up our tent.

In England in the 1800s, women were rigidly excluded from the professions and education.

In spite of rigid population controls which permit only one child per family in some areas, China's population is just over 1.25 billion.


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