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Advice

A proposal for an appropriate course of action; counsel; guidance; opinion; recommendation.
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Moran offered a balanced approach to the hearing, which explored in depth the advisability, and political will, to trim existing homeownership incentives, such as the mortgage interest deduction.
Both of these must-fail amendments would permit casino gambling in Arkansas, the advisability of which is another subject for another day.
This increase might be the result of a growing public awareness of the advisability of seeking medical attention when a suspected TBI occurs.
Her views reflect the position of French authorities, who before the meeting took the precaution of telling French MEPs of their opposition to this possibility, pointing out that usual infringement procedures were sufficient to ensure compliance and that states alone should be entitled to assess the advisability of restriction measures.
Whether the government will accept the request is uncertain because of growing doubts about the advisability of operating old reactors and Prime Minister Naoto Kan's recent call for phasing out nuclear reactors in Japan.
Advice also addresses the adaptation of gardening practices from one climate to another, the advisability and techniques of house restoration, and the options available for waste disposal on an undeveloped site destined to welcome a dream home.
The study recommended that after the eighteen-month implementation period, Commission staff and FINRA continue to analyze, including through investor testing, the feasibility and advisability of expanding BrokerCheck to include information currently available in the Central Registration Depository as well as the method and format of publishing that information.
A report compiled by lawyers commissioned to discuss the advisability of filing a lawsuit concluded that the city could sue the state, saying the hosting of the Futenma base imposes unreasonable burdens on residents and runs counter to the principle of equality stipulated in the Constitution.
Political perspectives on the advisability of state achievement comparisons have changed substantially over the last half-century.
The Tories and Liberal Democrats will introduce "modest cuts" of pounds 6bn to non-front line services which will be made within the current financial year - subject to advice from the Treasury and the Bank of England on their feasibility and advisability.
"The advisability of using external casing packers, in addition to cement, to seal certain annuli should also be considered," he added.
5 before the European Parliament on the advisability of normalizing the EU's relations with Cuba and replacing the current common position of the bloc with a "bilateral accord" with the island's communist government, AP reported.