that the minimally tolerable
term criterion is esoteric, an academic
For example, in Europe this process is very well defined where the maximum level of tolerable
risk on the life of workers in a particular installation (i.
The possibilities are discussed below in terms of tolerable
misstatement (TM), which is $600,000 in the examples, the lower confidence limit (LCL) on the estimated misstatement, and the upper confidence limit (UCL) on the estimated misstatement.
A second performance specification is tolerable
test or tolerable
However, in order to stay within the budget as planned, the auditor let the overstatement drift as high as possible based on the level considered tolerable
by professional standards for a type II error.
It also provides a table and guidance to help calculate tolerable
Wakimoto said the central government should review and revise its maximum tolerable
dioxin levels for soil and water, as the government has failed to take into consideration pollution caused by dioxins carried into the water by soil particles.
balance between supply and demand; prices back up through 1 [pounds sterling] barrier
The parties agreed to set the standard for the tolerable
daily intake of dioxin under the law at less than 4 picograms per kilogram of body weight per day and that the exact figure will be set later by government ordinances.
Reviewing some of the more material concessions, Fitch believes that the broadband interconnectivity elements reflect low-speed points that will continue to be less relevant as tolerable
performance requirements encourage customers to move up the speed curve.
Clever writing could have made this tolerable
-- it sure saved ``Mean Girls'' -- but there's none of that in TV sitcom veteran Jeff Lowell's debut feature film script.
A chapter needs to be added that includes why people dread some hazards (nuclear weapons, terrorism, handguns) and so their risk is amplified, whereas other hazards are much more tolerable
to the public and to elected officials (tobacco, alcohol).