avoidable delay

avoidable delay

[ə′vȯid·ə·bəl di′lā]
(industrial engineering)
An interruption under the control of the operator during the normal operating time.
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As alleged in each Complaint, the unnecessary and avoidable delay by both merchants in complying with the law is surprising given that the retailers operate extensively in California, which has since 2010 required that every merchant operating in California provide tactile keypads at every POS terminal.
My final decision will be formed by consultation responses, a judgement of the practicalities of implementing the BPS securely without avoidable delay to making claimants' payments, and how best to deliver the Welsh Government's policy goals.
He was a surgeon who consistently and knowingly put his patients in danger, and the unacceptable and wholly avoidable delay in the claims process has caused distress," she said.
Mr Gittins added: "The loss of even a single life to a potentially avoidable delay is unacceptable.
Mr Gittins added: "The loss of even a single life to a potentially avoidable delay is unacceptable and so I intend to make reports to both the ambulance trust and the health board advising them of my concerns that unless action is taken, circumstances creating a risk of other deaths will continue to exist.
We urge that the PS300,000 poverty fund be implemented without further avoidable delay.
The patient's solicitors will have no hesitation is making accusations of inappropriate referral if an avoidable delay is introduced by the optometrist.
The ECC also allowed Ministry of petroleum and Natural Resources to continue allocating extended well testing gas to either SNGPL or SSGCL on merit to avoid any flaring or avoidable delay in the development of respective wells and fields.
We have matched up denial reason codes with avoidable delay codes, and our avoidable day rate has been benchmarked with denials--and has been reduced.
31 (a) notes that "a Postal Inspector acting diligently and without avoidable delay, upon reasonable suspicion, for a brief period of time [may detain a piece of mail] to assemble sufficient evidence to satisfy the probable-cause requirement for a search warrant, and to apply for, obtain, and execute the warrant.
The average avoidable delay in some prosecutions is 289 days - a month more compared to a year ago.