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permissible

(pĕr-mis′ĭ-bĕl) [L. permissibilis]
Acceptable or allowable.
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2 per cent of most dry fruits and nuts can permissibly be 'damaged or discoloured' which includes damage by insects.
(233) Moreover, as many of these PMCs serve alongside soldiers, including conducting combat operations and security details, it is arguable a PMC is precisely the type of civilian referenced in Reid who could permissibly fall under military jurisdiction.
Waldron's reference to law permissibly enforced against people who disagree with its content is adequate enough, subject to two reservations.
(5:215) Ruskin's proviso, whereby emotional intensity permissibly circumvents self-government so as to transform "feverish" fancy into truth, all the more makes the point about the primacy of feeling over imagination in his celebrated formulation.
(56) Clancy, supra note 13, at 312 ("Olmstead primarily concerned the areas into which the government could intrude and Boyd primarily concerned what objects could be permissibly seized, they did not directly collide.
4's notice provision does not bar the depositor from suit and does not excuse liability, Florida courts, along with other states' courts, (20) have uniformly held that account agreements may permissibly vary the time period for notice.
(349) Thus, according to the statutorily facing rule proposed here, the FCC may permissibly consider the President's views and suggestions on how to best regulate net neutrality.
Taxpayers must be using one of these provisions to permissibly defer revenue beyond the year of receipt; thus, taxpayers simply following the book deferral are likely using an impermissible accounting method for tax purposes.
"While the court recognized that there would be some lost sales, this is true in any case involving the fair use defense where an original work would have otherwise been purchased or licensed but is deemed to have been permissibly used for another purpose," he added.
However, a state that could permissibly do only what non-state agents could permissibly do, would not be a state.
A: Certain expenses associated with the administration of a qualified plan may be permissibly payable from plan assets.
(51) However, since the language of the discussion remains discretionary and non-exclusive in nature, convening authorities may still permissibly consider this factor in the prosecutorial merit calculus.