according to Gunter

according to Gunter

Indicates and/or emphasizes that something is correct, right, or reliable. Considered the American equivalent of the British phrase, "according to Cocker." Refers to 16th-century English mathematician Edmund Gunter. Now that I've read over my thesis five times, I am quite sure it's free of errors and completed according to Gunter! The car leaking that much oil does not seem to be according to Gunter—I think you should take it to the shop as soon as possible.
See also: accord
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Trademark owners often have no idea about domain names that are registered and used to undermine businesses and deceive customers, according to Gunter Ollmann, chief technology officer at NCC Group s domain services division.
According to Gunter, that represents real value for money because he expects Le Fondre to be regularly on the City scoresheet.
As the information industry faces the crossroads of opportunities and challenges, according to Gunter, "we must push harder and faster so that we can provide our community with new and innovative tools.
According to Gunter Veit, President of VEIT Group, "Our engineers have managed to reduce energy consumption of various machines by up to 40%, which results in significant cost savings for our customers, with improved finishing results.
According to Gunter Verheugen, Vice-President of the European Commission, 'The European Inventors of the Year 2008 have developed true innovations.
According to Gunter Verheugen, Commissioner responsible for Enterprise and Industry, in response to a written question from Ari Vatanen (question P-3751/05), a possible solution being considered by the Commission is raise the maximum weight of vehicles requiring crash tests at 56 km/hr to 3,500 kg.
According to Gunter, many newspapers began their Internet editions in the 1990s because their competitors were doing so--the bandwagon effect-rather than for journalistic or business purposes (p.
sapiens specimens, according to Gunter Brauer of the University of Hamburg, Germany, and Emma Mbua of the National Museums of Kenya in Nairobi.
An Accession Treaty would then eventually be signed (along with Romania all things going to plan) - probably, according to Gunter Verheugen, in "early Spring 2005".