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Clinical trials Agreement of parent(s) or guardian to the participation of a child or ward in research Medical communication A formal writ from an author and/or publisher allowing re-use of previously published information
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It is ten o'clock, and with your permission, lieutenant, I will turn in.
At this instant Captain Blomsberry appeared, half-dressed, and rushing on to the forecastle-deck, whither all the officers had hurried, exclaimed, "With your permission, gentlemen, what has happened?
It was not long after this, that Kay came one day with large gloves on, and his little sledge at his back, and bawled right into Gerda's ears, "I have permission to go out into the square where the others are playing"; and off he was in a moment.
I must entreat permission to MOVE,' returned Miss Twinkleton, repeating the word with a charming grace; 'but I will not withdraw, since you are so obliging.
I made,' he said, turning the leaves: 'I made a guiding memorandum or so--as I usually do, for I have no conversational powers whatever--to which I will, with your permission, my dear, refer.
I beg permission to have a few witnesses examined concerning my character, and if their testimony shall not overweigh my supposed guilt, I must be condemned, although I would pledge my salvation on my innocence.
Elizabeth saw even this last resource, her excellent dispositions and irreproachable conduct, about to fail the accused, when, although violently agitated, she desired permission to address the court.
Without waiting for the permission he sought, Mr Swiveller stepped up to the dwarf, and leaning on his shoulder and stooping down to get at his ear, said in a voice which was perfectly audible to all present,
Unlike other programs that help manage permissions on a network, Permission Analyzer 2.
These apps ask for permissions unrelated to the app's purported function (such as a calculator app that asks for permission to make phone calls or access your contacts).
The Government originally consulted with the public on draft proposals to make three key changes to existing planning permissions in June 2009.
As a result, the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) held extensive consultations regarding the potential to extend existing planning permissions and new procedure came into force at the beginning of the month.