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waiver

1. An exemption from some aspect of a federal health care statute that gives a facility the right to deliver care in a manner that varies from published standards.
2. The voluntary surrender of some legal right or privilege.
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This rule provides a strong presumption that a continuance for parental leave, generally not exceeding three months, will be granted when the request for relief is made within a reasonable time after the basis for continuance is reasonably discernible.
The company said the continuance is expected to reduce annual printing and postage expenses, provide an environmental benefit as well as provide some added flexibility with respect to certain corporate transactions under the Management Proxy Circular and 2015 Annual Report.
Stressing its thorough disapproval of the judge's decision, the court noted that the continuance would expire soon after its decision and that formally quashing the order would cause procedural complications.
ILM needs to be a part of the overall IT strategy as it relates to disaster recovery/business continuance and regulatory requirements.
Analysis and assessment of new professional pronouncements, results of independence confirmations, CPE and other professional development activities, decisions related to acceptance and continuance of client relationships and engagements and interviews of firm personnel.
The objective of this study is to provide information relevant to the differential prediction of job satisfaction, organizational commitment, value commitment, and continuance commitment with respect to turnover among employees in Saudi Arabian organizations.
While these findings are fairly clear-cut, some recent work has indicated that continuance commitment might be a multidimensional construct.
In the case of a data protection/business continuance plan, the common denominator should be an automated tape solution," says Bob Raymond, StorageTek's manager of Tape Product Engineering.
On July 9, Peterson asked the judge for another continuance, and Fredericks continued the trial again to July 15.
Today, information access is critical to enterprise success, and NearStore solutions are a key component of successful business continuance and information retrieval architectures.
Eighteen months ago, I proposed the parental leave continuance rule after speaking to a pregnant trial attorney who was denied a continuance and told to give the case to someone else in her office.