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Spell check of criterion

Correct spelling: criterion

mensuration, block, benchmark, feature, furlong, micron, usual, exemplar, attribution, kilometer, example, foundation, prototype, cubit, yardstick, attribute, note, norm, banner, ell, beat, rule, second, rating, basis, property, pattern, millimeter, league, hectometer, particularity, foot, monetary standard, bar, angstrom, model, grade, quantity, measure, meter, amount, fathom, metre, scale, touchstone, test, Mark, fingerprint, stamp, affection, paradigm, archetype, measuring rod, minute, trait, guideline, character, mil, peculiarity, quality, marker, differentia, rod, cadence, centimeter, bill, precedent, decameter, standard, baseline, original, measuring stick, level, principle, proof, decimeter, yard, step, measurement, par, barometer, inch, knot, touch, specific, hallmark, point, measuring, gauge, mile, quality assurance, gold standard, diagnostic, metric.

aberration, abnormality, deviation.

Examples of usage:

1) The stranger visiting St. Petersburg will be sure to return again and again to this treasure- house, whose intrinsic riches surpass all the gems of the Winter Palace and those of the Hermitage, marvellous as their aggregate value is when measured by a criterion of gold. - "Due North or Glimpses of Scandinavia and Russia", Maturin M. Ballou.

2) This criterion of social utility is the principle that ought to guide us in answering the question that is really raised by the particular socialist charge now under consideration, the question of the justice of interest on capital. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

3) For this reason the English theory of social politics is the best practical criterion for discriminating between socialistic legislation and wholesome social reforms. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.