allowed hours

allowed hours

[ə′lau̇d ′au̇·ərz]
(industrial engineering)
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Bentley charged with selling beer outside of allowed hours. Charge withdrawn after he paid nine shillings expenses.
The taproom was cited for serving liquor to a minor and staying open past allowed hours, Cogley said.
The survey also found nine in 10 doctors are working more than their allowed hours.
Anything that has passed the allowed hours will "never be offered for sale".
'There is no such thing as ad hoc or surprise visits, plus it cannot exceed the number of allowed hours a week,' he said.
On Tuesday, people went to the markets during the allowed hours. Vegetable and fruit were consumed in a very short time by the people.
AKEL wants to give authority to labour ministry inspectors to fine shop owners on the spot if they operate outside their allowed hours.
"Movement of cargo and trucks will be allowed in the regular truck routes during the allowed hours, except routes that will be affected by the events of the pope's visit.
The website was slapped with various fines, including 500 dollars for lack of a permit to employ minors, 1,000 dollars for failing to have entertainment permits on file, 1,000 dollars for shooting the babies beyond the allowed hours and another 500 dollars for not having a chaperone versed in child labor laws.
SPOT checks of school buses by police found almost 20 per cent had serious defects or drivers who had exceeded their allowed hours.
- Serve alcohol outside the allowed hours (usually 11:00 a.m.
One out of four trucks had defective brakes and one out of five drivers had been on the road for more than the allowed hours of service.