Furthermore, the defendants argued that they were entitled to the benefit of the presumption that the use was permissive
rather than adverse.
- a generally permissive
system with administrative sanctions for some manifestations of the deed (Romania after enforcing the New Criminal Code, United Kingdom, France, Spain, Italy, Canada, Bulgaria, India, U.S.A.--Arizona, Columbia, Brazil, Argentina, Israel, Dominican Republic, R.D.
One reason permissive
natural law is given less attention than it deserves by historians is that Aquinas excluded it from his own theory.
Third, the "moderate" approach falls between the permissive
and narrow approaches.
The study, conducted by the MELISA Institute a long with an international panel of researchers, compared a standard indicator of maternal health known as the maternal mortality ratio (MMR) between 18 states with less permissive
legislation and 14 states with a more permissive
law, during a 10-year study period between 2002 and 2011.
Instead, reformers should focus on clarifying and expanding the scope of the permissive
society meant the "tyranny" imposed by sexual liberators, not freedom of the individual, said Mrs Whitehouse.
The city was not just permissive
it was decadent and seedy too.
parents exhibit high levels of warmth and low levels of control.
Is TV too violent and permissive
? Or should we celebrate our freedom of expression?
The Construct of parenting style is based on conceptualization of three distinct parenting styles permissive
, authoritarian and authoritative given by Baumrind (1971).
Although intimidating, OIG has rarely utilized or even suggested it would exercise its permissive
exclusion power in the last 30 years.