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adequate

 [ad´ĕ-kwit]
sufficient in quantity, quality, or amount to achieve a desired therapeutic effect.

adequate

Satisfactory in quantity or quality; sufficient.
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2) Withdrawal Agreement but no adequacy decision; 3) Adequacy decision after the transition period ends.
Being responsible for coordinating inter-ministerial efforts in securing an adequacy decision from the EC on data transfers, the NDC has held several explanation meetings for government agencies and businesses on the matter and has posted GDPR-related information on its official website, according to the official.
And those adequacy gaps also happen to correlate with achievement gaps by race and ethnicity in Illinois.
In the pre-intervention period, between 2013 and 2014, we obtained aggregate-level data on the volume, adequacy rate and result of Pap smears performed at participating facilities.
'The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) will take into account the relevant risk factors and the internal capital adequacy assessments of each bank to ensure that the capital held by a bank is commensurate with the bank's overall risk profile.
Banks are following Basel III principles for calculating the Capital Adequacy Ratios effective December 2017 in line with the Guidelines issued by the Central Bank.
3883-U, dated 7 December 2015, 'On the Procedure for the Bank of Russia to Assess the Quality of Risk and Capital Management Systems, and Capital Adequacy of a Credit Institution or a Banking Group'.
However, their capital adequacy ratio [CAR] fell to 12.94 percent at the end of 2016 from 13.75 percent in 2015.
Ozmen and colleagues (2008) studied mean urea reduction ratio (URR) and true equilibrated adequacy of dialysis (eKt/V) in 22 patients.
One aspect of parity, is the concept of network adequacy, or the idea that there are sufficient providers within an area to meet to the needs of the health plan's beneficiaries.
HE Sheikh Abullah Salim Al Salmi, Executive President of the Omani Capital Market Authority (CMA) has issued an administrative decision on the new rules for capital adequacy for the companies operating in securities, to enhance their risk management in the capital market such as market volatility risks, settlement risk, credit risk, operation risks and liquidity risk through robust requirements and control systems.
The Bank plans to use the proceeds of the offering for general corporate purposes and to strengthen its capital adequacy. KAMCO Investment Company (KAMCO) and Kuwait Financial Centre (MARKAZ) are the joint lead managers.