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permission

(file system)
(Or "file mode") The ability to access (read, write, execute, traverse, etc.) a file or directory. Depending on the operating system, each file may have different permissions for different kinds of access and different users or groups of users.

chmod ("change mode") is the UNIX command to change permissions.
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On designated land, which includes conservation areas and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the PD rules - as long as PD rights haven't been removed - are different, and planning permission is required for more things.
To overcome these issues, a new style of permission management, dynamic permissions, is now used.
Regardless as to how they have been granted permissions, all of the users with any permission will be displayed within the report together with an explanation as to how they were granted permissions e.
The most common permission was a request to access Internet connectivity.
Many network administrators, for example, schedule a daily network scan as well as HTML/CSV exports and policies that will send an email notification when unwanted permissions are found.
As for the difference between the non-virgin and virgin in Hadith it is not a differentiation between compulsion and non-compulsion; the difference between the two cases is that (a) the former gives her instructions for the marriage whereas the latter gives permission, and that (b) the virgin's silence counts as a permission.
1, we can see that in an access control scenario, there exists: (a) an independent user or a group of normal users trying to access to an independent permission, (b) an independent user or a group of normal users trying to access all permissions from risky combination of permissions, (c) a malicious user or users from a malicious user group trying to access all permissions from risky combination of permissions.
Don Coles' "Recluse," from Landslides: Selected Poems 1975-1985 (Toronto: McClelland ft Stewart, 1986), is reprinted with the permission of the author.
Reprinted by permission of New Directions Publishing Corp.
Bishop Harvey, meanwhile, said in an interview that he would continue to visit parishes in New Westminster and that he would inform but not seek the permission of Bishop Ingham about his plans.
If a CPA uses an external service provider (separate legal entity) to process confidential information such as tax returns, will written permission from the client be required?