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approved

1. Referring to materials, devices, or construction accepted by the authority having jurisdiction, by reason of tests or investigations conducted by it or by an agency satisfactory to the authority, or by reason of accepted principles or tests by national authorities or technical or scientific organizations.
2. Referring to occupancy or use, accepted by the authority having jurisdiction by reason of the submission of adequate proof of conformity with the basic requirements of the code under which the authority functions.

approved

In air traffic phraseology, it means permission for the proposed action is granted.
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Whereas 6 projects out of 89 from the universities of Balochistan, GB, AJK have also been approved.
In these colonies only Noor-ul-Haq colony was approved that is very close to city core.
It approved Strengthening and Enhancement of Academic Provision in Faculty of Life and Environment Sciences, University of Peshawar worth Rs.
82 commercial property plans were approved for the period of January to the end of August this year, an increase compared to the 57 plans that were approved at the same time in 2013 IJG reported.
Jack Niemann's Black Forest Steakhouse was recently approved to sell spirits/ beer/wine in a restaurant and lounge at 638 Peace Portal Drive, Blaine, WA 98230 (new application).
If the provider cannot give you one, the course has not been approved and, unless NALA or NFPA will grant credit, you will not get continuing education credit for taking the course.
His counsel was heard; while CoGS approved to give Letting Down the Nets a new lease on life and infuse it with funds from General Synod, it deferred action.
Another newly approved drug is Macugen, an intraocular Injectable for treatment of wet age-related macular degeneration.
Even though the project was previously approved, the district must update its application to take into account changes in fire alarm regulations and other changes in standards, Summerbell said.
1995 invirase is the first protease inhibitor approved for treatment; the era of combination therapy begins
In addition to two approved products, Cangene now has three products that have been submitted for regulatory review, and a significant clinical trial program including human growth hormone, which is nearing regulatory submission.
organized a March 29-30, 2004 conference in Gaborone, Botswana to try to build international consensus that the generic versions, already in use by tens of thousands of patients in many countries, were not reliable and needed additional testing--which would have undermined the WHO Prequalification Project and the low-cost medicines it had approved.