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zero tolerance

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishzero toleranceˌzero ˈtolerance noun [uncountable]  a way of dealing with crime in which every person who breaks the law, even in a very small way, is punished as severely as possible a policy of zero tolerance in inner-city areas
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zero toleranceBut if the speeds aren't going to be cut by zero tolerance, even they would find it hard to support.The school board has a policy of zero tolerance for students caught with drugs.This zero tolerance for disease has led to a zero tolerance for animals.
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