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directive

[də′rek·tiv]
(computer science)
An instruction in a source program that guides the compiler in making the translation to machine language, and is usually not translated into instructions in the object program.
(invertebrate zoology)
Any of the dorsal and ventral paired mesenteries of certain anthozoan cnidarians.
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It found that while about 70 percent of people in public-sector treatment would like to complete a psychiatric advance directive (and say they would do so if provided assistance), fewer than 1 in 10 have actually completed one.
On the other hand, new devices brought to market after July 22, 2014, as well as new IVDs commercialized after July 22, 2016, will need to comply with the RoHS directive as soon as they enter the EU market.
Providing information regarding timely and cost-effective compliance with related directives, for example the Low-Voltage Directive and EMC Directive
EU Directive 2000/53/EC on end-of-life vehicles stipulates that vehicle manufacturers and their material and component suppliers must try to reduce use of hazardous substances when designing vehicles.
The FSA will spend much of the second half of 2006 working on its policy statement in relation to the Reinsurance Directive.
For example, TEI recommends that the Commission encourage all Member States of the EU to adopt the special method under Article 17(5) of the Directive.
Another important aspect of the directive is that it encourages different government agencies to participate in stability operations, Nadaner said.
The directive is controversial because it gives member states great discretion in implementing the directive.
military will equip and train a 70,000-man UN army, exemplifies the new missions envisioned in Directive 3000.
Bishop LeGatt's directive states early on, in accord with Church teaching, that "It is a source of joy that Catholic pastors may, in certain cases, administer the sacraments of the Eucharist, Reconciliation, and Anointing of the Sick to Christians who are not in full communion with the Catholic Church" (no.
Especially in Europe, directives such as RoHS, WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment directive) and ELV (End of Life Vehicles directive) either ban the use of hazardous chemical substances in products, or make it mandatory to eliminate them.
To help tackle the daunting disposal task, the EU enacted the End-of-Life Vehicle (ELV) Directive in October 2000.

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