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provisional

/pro·vi·sion·al/ (-vizh´un-al) formed or performed for temporary purposes; temporary.

provisional

(prō-vĭzh′ŭn-ăl) [L. provisio, provision]
Serving a temporary use pending permanent arrangements.
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Under Article 82 the governor may in urgent cases "issue a provisional order having the force of law" when the assembly is not in session.
The provisional membership virtually confirmed Indian boxers' participation at the Asiad, but AIBA hasn't made it clear whether they can compete under the Indian flag.
Subsequent to the successful integration of a connective tissue graft, a new provisional was fabricated in the following manner:
Recently the Bank of Namibia was forced to deny suggestions that former Assistant Governor Michael Mukete might have acted in conflict of interest when he presided over the awarding of a provisional banking licence to EBank.
Provisional results from Wirral's maintained schools, academies and sixth form colleges show that almost half of all A-level passes (49%) were grades A* to B.
It could be really important for people to return with identification," Huefner said of voters who cast provisional ballots.
France asks the Syrian opposition to form a provisional government - inclusive and representative - that can become the legitimate representative of the new Syria," Hollande said during the speech to diplomats at the Elysee Palace in Paris.
The provisional figures showed that there were 500 deaths in reported road accidents in April-June 2011 - a seven per cent rise on the figure of 467 for the same period last year.
According to the provisional figures, the turnover volume index of retail trade for December 2010 increased by a huge 37.
Local FAA offices will approve individual operator training courses, which may be based on provisional approvals.
At the present time no one is surprised that a claim presented against the court includes the requirement for the application of provisional safeguards, when omission thereof can impede enforcement of a court judgment, or even make this impossible.

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