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conform to (something)

To follow or adhere to a particular set of rules, regulations, or norms. Please be advised that your construction project needs to conform to all building codes.
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conform with (something)

To adhere to a specific plan or directions. The playhouse you built can't possibly conform with the instructions—the foundation's all lopsided!
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conform to something

to agree with or behave within guidelines or regulations. I hope that your policies will conform to our guidelines. Does my casual dress conform to your regulations?
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conform with something

to match or agree with a model, plan, or set of specifications. (Compare this with conform to something.) Does this part conform with the specifications? This one conforms with them quite well.
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Portugal: reasoned opinion for failure to inform the Commission of the provisions it has adopted to conform to the Directive on the training of professional drivers (2003/59)
Motorquip advises drivers that bulbs which do not conform to regulations will certainly lead to a failed MOT and potentially to a serious accident.
The bad news is that many paralyzing issues (MPU and digital goods among them) continue to drag out the simplification process and affect the momentum needed to get more states to conform to the SSUTA.
In general, states either automatically conform to the IRC or affirmatively adopt it as of a specific date, to include recent Federal changes.
While the vendors designed their own showcases, they were required to conform with the HDI interior standards.
California businesses will not be able to conform to the following:
Make adjustments necessary to conform the P&L statement to U.S.
4.030 8/18/03 Amends (a) to conform service reqiurements approved 14-10 with definition of service in Florida Rules of Civil Procedure.
Davis signed two bills that conform to some, but not all, of the changes in the 2001 federal tax act.
6042 and 6045 information-reporting requirements, but are unable to reasonably do so because of the time needed to conform their information-reporting systems to the retroactive rate reductions on qualified dividends; see H.
Until then, the bill, which will conform California to federal legislation, had sailed through its hearings unopposed.
And with the potential retail income being the driving force in new construction and complete building renovations, priorities have to be placed on designing the retail portion to conform to both the tenant's physical and operational requirements in order to make each project a success.
853 regulations to conform to Code changes made more than 20 years ago.
Is "Relief" in Store To Conform Gift Tax and GST Tax Annual Exclusions?