01. Motivation is one of the principal [criteria] for success in learning a second language.
02. We will be looking at different [criteria], but most importantly education and experience, when hiring.
03. Potential immigrants to this country are evaluated using a point system which examines [criteria] such as age, health, work skills, and education.
04. Our research looks at different [criteria] that are used to distinguish between typically male and female facial features.
05. The main [criteria] used in our study of language learning were hours spent doing homework, and years of previous study.
06. Successful applicants must meet all the relevant [criteria], as listed below.
07. Students in our program will be graded according to the [criteria] described in the course outline.
08. The sole [criterion] which is considered for the position is education. We don't need people with previous experience because we want them to learn and use our system.
09. Until 1962, Canadian immigration policy was largely based on ethnic [criteria].
10. Fulke Greville once suggested that the [criterion] of true beauty is that it increases on examination; if false, that it lessens.
11. George Washington once noted that a slender acquaintance with the world must convince every man that actions, not words, are the true [criterion] of the attachment of friends.
12. This system provides a set of standard [criteria] which all potential applicants must meet.
13. The simplest way to evaluate a student's progress is to set [criteria] that the students must meet.
14. Psychologists have proposed a number of [criteria] with which to define abnormality.
15. Behavior is not labelled as abnormal unless it matches a specific set of psychological [criteria].

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