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    "conformance to" or "conformance wiith"

    Are both phrases, " conformance to " and "conformance with", correct ? And what about replacing "conformance" with "conformation" or "conformity" ? Are they better words ?

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    Re: "conformance to" or "conformance wiith"

    Quote Originally Posted by chiradeep sirkar View Post
    Are both phrases, " conformance to " and "conformance with", correct ? And what about replacing "conformance" with "conformation" or "conformity" ? Are they better words ?
    "Conformity" is more usual than "conformance". Although, usually we would say: "X conforms with Y", for example.

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