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approved

1. Referring to materials, devices, or construction accepted by the authority having jurisdiction, by reason of tests or investigations conducted by it or by an agency satisfactory to the authority, or by reason of accepted principles or tests by national authorities or technical or scientific organizations.
2. Referring to occupancy or use, accepted by the authority having jurisdiction by reason of the submission of adequate proof of conformity with the basic requirements of the code under which the authority functions.

approved

In air traffic phraseology, it means permission for the proposed action is granted.
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Sofa 3 Seater approved design & brand etc all complete job.
According to IJG, a total of 330 residential units have been approved year-to-date, up 2.
Chilli Mexican Grill was recently approved to sell spirits/beer/wine in a restaurant and service bar at 1317 W.
As you know, The Florida Bar does not approve courses for paralegals after the fact--the course has to be approved before you take it.
When it was approved at General Synod in 2004 and as recently as its Autumn 2006 newsletter, Letting Down the Nets was described as self-funding, supported by funding from dioceses and other organizations.
Three senior citizens residences in Brooklyn that are in need of repair were approved for $20.
One of the new entrants recently approved by the FDA is prescription sleep aid Lunesta.
Then two years later, the state sent a letter to the district, saying the project was not approved.
1987 AZT is the first medication approved to treatment HIV
WinRho(R)SDF was approved in the United Kingdom in 1999.
Instead, they were approved by the World Health Organization's well-regarded WHO Prequalification Project, based on bioequivalence data submitted by the companies--the same way generic medicines are approved for U.
The approved Army initiatives include a variety of cost-cutting and quality enhancing measures, to include: