extension rule

extension rule

A rule containing a calibrated sliding insert which may be extended.
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And the extension rule is not confined to 'circumstances beyond the control of the filer.' Prizevoits, 76 F.3d at 134 (quotation marks omitted) (explaining that 'plausible misinterpretations' and '"confusion" concerning the scope of the applicable rule' can constitute excusable neglect in appropriate cases).
Cardona's "Extension rules and the syntax of Astadhyayi sutras with -varti" (pp.
To investigate the extension rules of slits, it is firstly needed to determine the conditions under which slits extend, that is, the extension criteria of slits.
And a previous zeal to end the blight of backyard planning has turned to silence over the loosening of protection on the green belt and the relaxation of home extension rules.
* Extension rules are used to measure closed-in areas such as doorways and window frames where a regular folding rule will not work.