mandatory level

mandatory level

[′man·də‚tȯr·ē ′lev·əl]
(meteorology)
One of several constant-pressure levels in the atmosphere for which a complete evaluation of data from upper-air observations is required. Also known as mandatory surface.
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Right after ousting reigning World No.1 Naomi Osaka on Saturday, Hsieh Su-wei dashed the hopes of a former World No.1 in a three-set thriller at the Miami Open on Monday, to reach her first quarterfinal at Premier Mandatory level, Women's Tennis Association (WTA) said in a news release on its website today.
Firms with rateable values of over [pounds sterling]12,000 would have to pay into a mandatory level - 1.5% of that value seeing them having to fork out [pounds sterling]180 a year for five years.
The Bank's CAR is well above the minimum mandatory level of 10.65%.
Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd and China Construction Bank Corp have reported that their loan-loss coverage ratios have fallen below a mandatory level.
Government Buying Standards for food (GBS) are in already in place at a mandatory level for the Ministry of Defence, e Prison Service and central Government departments, but not for schools and hospitals.
This national mandatory pass rate is an improvement on 2012, when 93% of the nation's beaches passed the mandatory level.
She insisted she would introduce a mandatory level of qualification for people working in childcare and introduce registration for all childcare facilities.
Public deficits have been reduced to around 5.2 percent of GDP, which is still above the European Union mandatory level of 3.0 percent of GDP.
Filling station owners will get no postponement for installing the mandatory level gauges, said Rosen Bachvarov, spokesperson of the National Revenue Agency (NRA) on Monday.
Every carrier that sells policies in the state is required to purchase a mandatory level of coverage.
The level of over-collateralisation that Moody's considers to be committed is the 2% mandatory level laid down in the Pfandbrief Act," the agency said.

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