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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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(49) The purpose of these requirements is two-fold: (1) to provide the HRC with notice needed to assess whether the state is in--and remains in--compliance with the ICCPR and other international obligations; and (2) to provide Member States with awareness of derogation so they may monitor the derogating state's compliance with the ICCPR.
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."
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.
In the parts of England where wet ground conditions will make it necessary to delay carrying out specific Environmental Stewardship options, agreement holders should contact Natural England as soon as possible for advice about a derogation.
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. The manufacturer must provide certain information showing its reduction potential, concerning the company and its economic activity (structure of its capital, estimate of the number of cars registered in 2007 or during the last calendar year, number of employees, surface area of its production facilities, volume of sales for the last five years and characteristics of the market concerned) and the CO2 emissions reduction technology used on its cars (list of technologies used on cars placed on the market since 2007, list of technologies implemented under the emissions reduction programme, timetable and specific reduction targets).
Without the derogation, Carneddau's ponies would have been lost forever, said Cymdeithas Merlod y Carneddau chairman Roland Jones.
At the immediate post-test, attitudes toward preventive and risky behavior, intentions to engage in preventive behavior, message derogation, and perceived manipulation were measured.
They will be granted derogation, that is an allowance to continue manufacturing products even if their plants do not meet the general EU veterinary and hygiene standards.
In a previous investigation I followed Robin Lakoff's guidelines (1990) to recognize and disclose derogation and sexism in language usage in Brazil.
Derogations from the general rules of execution The Special Contractual and Administrative Conditions of this Special Book Charges (CSC) contains the special administrative and contractual clauses applicable to this public contract by way of derogation from the Royal Decree of 14.01.2013 or complete or specify this one.