permissible length

permissible length

[pər′mis·ə·bəl ′leŋkth]
(naval architecture)
The floodable length of a ship times the factor of subdivision.
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Permissible length deviation according to ISO 10360 or VDI VDE 2617th
They include indefinite detention in light of the permissible length of post-removal period detention of deportable aliens, and the conditions of some detention facilities in the United States.
While Tendulkar's new bat turned out to be slightly longer than the permissible length, Gambhir had two of his bats repaired by Ram Bhandari, the most trusted ' Bat Doctor' of Indian cricketers.
The bill increases the permissible length of service increment from the current maximum of $100 per month for members who have completed more than 25 years of service, to $100 per month for each completed year of service which is more than 25 years up to a maximum of $500 per month for members who have completed 30 or more years of service.