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permissible

(pĕr-mis′ĭ-bĕl) [L. permissibilis]
Acceptable or allowable.
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As Aristotle cautioned, no more precision is to be demanded than is appropriate to the subject matter, (17) but the issue of the moral permissibility of the death penalty is unlikely to be resolved or further advanced by philosophical efforts that do not undertake a general account of proportionality in punishing.
Islamists in Algeria vociferously diverged, in particular, over the permissibility of targeting civilians.
Thus, the very permissibility of waging such wars, which are necessary to end some of the most tyrannical regimes we are familiar with, often depends on military intervention being permissible.
Pakistan instituted arbitral proceedings against India in 2010, requesting that a court of arbitration determine the permissibility of the KHEP under the treaty.
Even though the Mawlid as we know it was not around during the time of the Prophet, Muslim scholars have agreed on its permissibility under the Sharia, or Islamic law, for many centuries.
On the other hand, the occasional permissibility of interfering with self-regarding conduct can plausibly be explained by reference to the agent's consent.
The new regulation has been a balancing act since forex trading is being looked suspiciously at by many Muslim scholars with regards to its permissibility as per Shariah rules.
concentrate to develop innovative products which are more towards perfection and purity rather only towards mere permissibility by Shariah.
KARACHI -- Chairman, Islamic Ideology Council of Pakistan, MNA, Maulana Mohammad Khan Sheerani on Wednesday confirmed that consensus, based on majority of opinion, exists about permissibility of "Organ Donation and Transplantation," among religious scholars from different schools of Islamic thought, in the country.
Islamic ironies, between Abu Nuwas and Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi Reflecting, as he often would, on the question of wine, and its permissibility in Islam, the 9th-century bacchic poet of Baghdad, Abu Nuwas, once asked:
Reaffirming the permissibility of the distribution of reward to Sukuk holders as a donation from the Sukuk manager.