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"Zero defects"

From the May 4, 1968 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel

In many areas of human activity we measure a host of factors, materials, and achievements against a standard of perfection. Chemical substances, foodstuffs, alloys, and other man-made compounds must meet specifications of noncontamination gauged against a scale that makes provision, theoretically at least, for 100 percent purity.