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de·sig·na·tion

(dez'ig-nā'shŭn)
A legal process by which a hospital is formally designated to provide a specialized service. Usually requires meeting set standards and an external review (e.g., trauma center).
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The Ministry clarified that according to the Law and relevant Cabinet Decisions, a "Designated Zone" is a specific fenced geographic area that has security measures and Customs controls in place to monitor entry and exit of individuals and movement of goods to and from the area, and are listed in a Cabinet Decision as Designated Zones, which differ from free zones in terms of definition and conditions.
The Ministry noted that Designated Zones - a specific fenced geographic area that has security measures and Customs controls in place to monitor entry and exit of individuals and movement of goods to and from the area - differed from Free Zones.
com/designated-survivor-season-1-spoilers-episode-8-synopsis-released-online-what-will-2448358) Designated Survivor " tells the story of Tom Kirkman (Sutherland) 6 a low-ranking Secretary of Housing and Urban Development who becomes the President after the Capitol is bombed during the State of Union address.
However, events or activities conducted by the insured that have no necessary or incidental relationship to the designated premises is another matter, even if related to business operations.
The Facebook application is designed to make it easier to organize rides for upcoming events, by allowing adults to volunteer to be the designated driver or having the application randomly select one for the group.
Section 1138 (a) (1) (A) (iii) of the Social Security Act says that a hospital must notify the designated OPO (for the service area in which it is located) of potential organ donors.
It was designated a historic property in June 1988.
The two designated wings set up immediately near the elbow areas, so that they both can fan the dribbler down their particular sideline.
Designated inventory attorneys will be contacted when the need arises and will be asked to serve.
A designated Roth 401(k) contribution must meet three requirements to qualify as such.