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In 1981, a Joint Committee on Standards published the list of features all evaluations should have. These standards did not include: 1. Utility 2. Efficiency 3. Feasibility 4. Propriety
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User: In 1981, a Joint Committee on Standards published the list of features all evaluations should have. These standards did not include: 1. Utility 2. Efficiency 3. Feasibility 4. Propriety

Weegy: These standards did not include: 4. Propriety.
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