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permission

Clinical trials Agreement of parent(s) or guardian to the participation of a child or ward in research Medical communication A formal writ from an author and/or publisher allowing re-use of previously published information
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Applying for permission is usually free of charge, so it shouldn't be an expensive process, but it could be a lengthy one, as it usually takes eight weeks to get a decision.
To keep up with the evolving requirements of modern collaborative environments, permission management must adapt at the same pace.
The permissions within SharePoint can be difficult to understand and manage.
The results showed that Android users are growing wary of all the queries for information and other permissions that apps must make to perform their advertised functionality.
Allah Almighty did not permit a wali to force her to sell or rent her property without her permission.
An approach of adjusting user trust and permission risk according the real-time information for access control is developed in Section 6.
Pino Coluccio's "Misspent Youth," from First Comes Love (Toronto: Mansfield Press, 2005), was reprinted with the permission of the publisher.
1-100" by Charles Bernstein and his commentary on Jackson Mac Low's "One" are reproduced by permission of the author.
Bishop Harvey, who retired in November 2004, said he had received two letters from Bishop Ingham that pointed out that the church's constitution states that no bishop, priest or deacon shall function in parishes of another bishop without the approval and permission of that bishop.
Any reasonable written document that acknowledges the client is aware that the information may be disclosed and confirms in writing the client's permission for the disclosure.
The second issue - requiring government unions to get permission from public workers before they funnel their dues into politics - also promises to bring out passionate partisans.