How to use Rubric in a sentence as a noun

That's why it's done under the rubric of military spending -- "we have to spend trillions of taxpayer dollars on this because we have to defend ourselves" sounds better than "because we need it to produce the Silicon Valley economic miracle.

That's largely the rubric by which it will be judged.

These are mostly done under the rubric of defense spending.

This claim is brought under the rubric of antitrust but the impetus behind it is found in the nascent movement seeking to subject search engines to principles of so-called "search neutrality.

"I do believe some startups are missing out on some amazingly talented developers by making this your rubric.

The draft law states that any information prohibited for distribution by a Russian court can be blocked, and Russian courts are notorious for banning all sorts of data under the rubric of "anti-extremism" laws.

How to use Rubric in a sentence as a verb

Now let's repeal the Patriot Act and all the legislation passed under the rubric of fighting terrorism.

There's a new fad called Cenegenics which is basically a bodybuilding regimen, replete with steroids given under the rubric of "hormone replacement", for old men.

Because algorithmic sentiment analysis would automatically classify any tweet containing 'hate words' as "negative," this project relied upon the HSU students to read the entirety of tweet and classify it as positive, neutral or negative based on a predefined rubric.

But I really feel that under this rubric is where the eventual solution will lie.

It's likely someone can poke holes in my premise, but as a general rubric any law that mandates turning over personal information to law enforcement for the mere asking is highly suspect.

My rubric is, if they sell it at the gas station, it's not food.

Rubric definitions

noun

an authoritative rule of conduct or procedure

noun

an explanation or definition of an obscure word in a text

See also: gloss

noun

directions for the conduct of Christian church services (often printed in red in a prayer book)

noun

a heading that names a statute or legislative bill; may give a brief summary of the matters it deals with; "Title 8 provided federal help for schools"

See also: title

noun

a title or heading that is printed in red or in a special type

noun

category name; "it is usually discussed under the rubric of `functional obesity'"

verb

adorn with ruby red color