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adequacy

[′ad·ə·kwə·sē]
(electricity)
The existence of sufficient facilities within an electric power system to satisfy the customer load requirement under static system conditions.
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The researchers outline three possible 'no-deal on data flows' scenarios which would leave the UK without an adequacy decision: 1) No Withdrawal Agreement: 'cliff edge' Brexit;
Banks must hold the adequacy ratio of the total capital at a level not exceeding 12 percent, and capital adequacy ratio of the first level - 6 percent.
Capital adequacy ratios (CAR) of commercial banks in Vietnam have improved because of their increased equity, the central bank of the nation said.
Taking Japan as an example, it was given an adequacy decision by the EC after two years of dialogue on technical issues, the official said.
Similarly, the average Adequacy Gap faced by students in districts spending below their respective adequacy targets was $1,347 per pupil, or 41 percent worse, for black students, and $1,564 or 47 percent worse for Latino students, than it was for white students.
We selected four candidate facilities, each performing at least 400 Pap smears per year, but with adequacy rates of <40%.
According to the guidelines, banks are required to maintain a minimum regulatory capital adequacy ratio (CAR) of 10 per cent/15 per cent plus 1 on an on-going basis.
They continued to remain well above the 12.375 per cent Capital Adequacy Ratio, which includes the 1.875 per cent Capital Conservation Buffer requirement, and 8.5 per cent Tier1 Ratio as prescribed by the CB regulations in compliance to Basel III guidelines, it added.
The Bank of Russia will carry out an evaluation of the ICAAP and capital adequacy assessments for credit institutions and banking groups of which the parent credit institutions' assets total at least 500 billion rubles within 2018 Q4.
The IFSB-15 provides global capital adequacy standards set by the Malaysia-based Islamic Financial Services Board for the institutions offering Islamic financial services.
Wiggins, Agar, and Somerville (2003) conducted a study to look at hemodialysis adequacy (Kt/V) of 26 patients over a 6-week period, utilizing both retrograde and antegrade cannulation.