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derogation

The declaration by a UK governmental agency or body that it is not bound by a group of regulations, with the risk that said derogation can be declared unlawful by the overseeing body.
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Mrs Priddy emphasised that that derogations could not be requested retrospectively, and that Government working hours are significantly reduced over the Christmas holiday period.
However, it would probably be wrong to limit the possible impact of Turkey's decision to invoke article 15 to the IPC's operation -- if the derogation does apply in the occupied areas, it's going to impact any aspect of life there, not just the commission.
Il ne peut y avoir de derogation a l'article 2 (droit a la vie), a l'article 3 (interdiction de la torture et des peines ou traitements inhumains ou degradants), a l'article 4, paragraphe 1 (interdiction de l'esclavage), ni a l'article 7 (pas de peine sans loi).
The derogation for on-board processing cast doubt on the effectiveness of controls - which rely on carcass-fin weight ratios - and hindered improved landing statistics.
The derogation covers agreement holders who may have an agreement that would otherwise include restrictions on carrying out supplementary feeding on stewardship land.
Tuesday Minister Traikov confirmed earlier information that Bulgaria will request a derogation from the EU principle which requires a strong liberalization of access to infrastructure.
The new regulation sets out the procedures to be observed by manufacturers when submitting an application for a derogation.
Without the derogation, Carneddau's ponies would have been lost forever, said Cymdeithas Merlod y Carneddau chairman Roland Jones.
The derogation expires in 2009 but the Commission has proposed extending it indefinitely to safeguard export trade with the US, which uses imperial measures.
At the immediate post-test, attitudes toward preventive and risky behavior, intentions to engage in preventive behavior, message derogation, and perceived manipulation were measured.
The EC has stressed that the duration of the derogation will be limited, and that the processors will have to bring their plants up to full EU standards swiftly.
In a previous investigation I followed Robin Lakoff's guidelines (1990) to recognize and disclose derogation and sexism in language usage in Brazil.