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intrusive

[in′trü·siv]
(petrology)
Pertaining to material forced while still in a fluid state into cracks or between layers of rock.
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Such intrusiveness is also justified because of the risk of fraud.
The study stated that no attempt was made to measure additional burden or intrusiveness in these cases because, first, "the IRS has no definition of burden or intrusiveness and, second, even if it had the definitions, the audit workpapers did not contain sufficient quantitative data for such measurements.
Let us see - while respecting our differences - whether we can agree on an approach that holds the promise of more effectively discouraging abortions without infringing on the right of every citizen to be free of government intrusiveness,'' Wilson said.
If House Republicans were serious about reducing the intrusiveness of the federal government, voting against a minimum-wage hike should have been a no-brainer.
But this is not a good program because it combines an intrusiveness that previously did not exist in the normal audit process, and it reintroduces taxpayer interview techniques that were dropped when the Taxpayer Bill of Rights was passed in 1988," said Knight.
The central goal of most taxpayers is to minimize the intrusiveness and expense of tax audits and related activities.
The court also noted that factual questions relevant to this balancing test include the intrusiveness of the particular questions asked during the polygraph test and whether there were any abuses of privacy.
Suddenly, on the book's penultimate page, Martin discovers that the "record of self-sacrifice, subordination of personal to communal interest, and intrusiveness in the economic and personal lives of townsmen is prodigious" (303).
Beyond its special intrusiveness, telemarketingalso opens up fresh possibilities for deception.
Essentially, the campaign turns consumers into actual marketers without the intrusiveness associated with many other corporate marketing initiatives.
Publishers and advertisers have complete control of both the level of Viewability and level of Intrusiveness of their ads.
Anyone looking for evidence of the intrusiveness of air tours need only visit the Grand Canyon during the peak of tourist season.