foreign element

foreign element

[¦fär·ən ′el·ə·mənt]
(industrial engineering)
A work element which is not a part of the normal work cycle, either because it is accidental or because it occurs only occasionally.
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These came into force on 7 October 2008 and are: Adoptions with a Foreign Element (Special Restrictions on Adoptions from Abroad) (Scotland) Regulations 2008, S.
There is no foreign element in this movement," Mottaki said, and reminded, "Two years ago Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh similarly accused Iran and others of having a hand in the developments in his country, but could they find even a single Iranian or foreign national in the demonstrations of hundreds of thousands of the Yemeni people.
This hindering [of elections] will continue until the veto is broken, and we break those followers out of their cages and dependency on the foreign element.
It includes a new arbitration law and a proposed Royal Decree on arbitration involving a foreign element.
The commercial court has jurisdiction to handle commercial cases with a foreign element, it does not handle domestic commercial cases.
Sixth: The Cabinet discussed a proposed new law regarding the applicable law in matters that include a foreign element that may conflict with laws based on Article 7 of the Civil Law Code which is applicable to all conflicts related to civil and commercial matters.
a) Adoptions with a Foreign Element (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2011, SSI 2011/159.
We know that boiling water is not a foreign element to Arnold have been immersed in steam by several accusers on previous occasions.
SIR - There is a lot to be said about the foreign element playing in the four Welsh regions.
Clearly there was a strong foreign element among the judges," he said.
Outwardly, the diplomat cannot give one iota of this material to a foreign element, unless he receives the consent of the authorized agency.

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