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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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Celik expressed belief that recommendatory decisions of G-20 countries to overcome economic crisis and raise employment should be broadening and reflect a visionary perspective.
The Council is an advisory body having the right to make recommendatory decisions related to activities of the central banks.
The code, which entered into force on 1 July 2004, has two parts, one mandatory and one recommendatory.
There has to be an orientation that keeps in mind the various imperatives as mentioned above, as well as other recommendatory notes:
First there must be an identifiable treaty obligation--that is, the enacting law must prescribe a regime that the treaty has defined with sufficient specificity to direct the general course of action to be taken by the signatory states--in contrast to aspirational, recommendatory and hortatory statements in treaties.
They are part of a very large group of sonnets attacking foreign undoers of the Bible: all the alien demythologizers, comparative-religionists, "neologists" ("The Young Neologist at Bethlehem: A Recommendatory Letter"; CXLVI), enders of the faith (modern announcers of "Terminus": CXXV).
She said the original constitutional mandate of the council envisioned it as a technical review and recommendatory body of highly reputable scholars, jurists and experts in Islamic jurisprudence, economics, politics, law and public administration who are distinct from the populist religious-political leadership.
66) General Assembly Resolutions are not considered to be binding international law per se, as the main powers of the General Assembly are considered recommendatory, not compulsory, as set forth under Articles 13 and 14 of the United Nations Charter.
These UN resolutions are of a recommendatory nature ('soft law'), but well illustrate the wide range of international legal instruments, which constitute the corpus of so-called 'Olympic Law', including the inter-State Nairobi Treaty of 26 September, 1981 on the Protection of the Olympic Symbol - the famous five interconnected rings.
While international organizations are typically vested with mere recommendatory powers, in some cases they can adopt mandatory decisions to prescribe courses of action having a bearing on the life of private and legal persons in member States.
Proposals given by the auditors are of a recommendatory character and the final decisions on the implementation of alternatives given by the audit and on the approval of audit proposals are taken by the road owner.
With respect to the Arctic, reference should be made to the guidelines for ships operating in Arctic ice-covered waters approved by the Maritime Safety Committee and the Marine Environment Protection Committee in 2002 to apply in addition to the mandatory and recommendatory provisions contained in existing IMO instruments.

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