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recommendation

Medspeak-UK
A proposal for clinical practice put forward by an “innovator” who has particular concerns about a practice.

NIH-speak
A designation given by a study section advising an application’s funding. About half of applications reviewed are recommended for funding.
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The fact that recommendatory provisions are included in a binding instrument does not affect their substantive status (as essentially "soft law").
For example, the Landry majority noted that purely recommendatory powers were not "fatal in themselves," and other courts have considered a lack of finality to mean that the actor is an inferior as opposed to principal officer.
The learning support for guidance in study by delivering recommendatory messages is not fully automatic at the current stage.
Hence, it is hardly surprising that its decisions are only recommendatory rather than binding.
But this in no way precludes the Council from adopting an active coordinating and recommendatory role that carries strong legitimacy.
Right now they are just a recommendatory body and the government decides in what manner to use their finished reports.
Hearkening back directly to Han "exemplary eremitism,"(14) during the Six Dynasties the nomination of candidates whose forte was feigning the lofty conduct of a man-in-reclusion continued as a sort of mutated vestige of the earlier recommendatory system.
However, this code is recommendatory rather than mandatory and therefore needs to be fully integrated into the international trading system.
Voting 17-1, the recommendatory body decided that any second degree relative of an incumbent official could not succeed the latter in any elective office, from the barangay level up to the vice president and president posts.
Konstantinov said, despite the fact that the annual Message of the President to the Parliament has a recommendatory character, the upper and lower chambers of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation pass resolutions aimed at realizing the tasks set by the head of state, take them into account in their legislative work.
The CBE said that the percentage became recommendatory starting from the end of September 2015 until 2017, and obligatory from 2018 with a lower margin stated by 3%.
In a press statement issued on Thursday, the association said that HEC being merely a recommendatory body has no role in this matter.

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