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permissible

[pər′mis·ə·bəl]
(mining engineering)
Said of equipment completely assembled and conforming in every respect with the design formally approved by the U.S. Bureau of Mines for use in gassy and dusty mines.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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I would further argue that claims such as "helps lower blood pressure" should also be considered permissible structure/function claims because high blood pressure is defined as 140/90, and lifestyle factors can play a significant role in lowering high-normal blood pressure of 139/89.
"WIM officials demand extra money no matter if the weight is less or above the permissible weight.
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"Such a matter reflects that what is permissible in the west for instance can be a taboo in East," Daouk said.
The article looks at geometrical track parameter superelevation the determination of which may vary in different countries; however, the essence remains the same--superelevation is calculated in respect of rated track parameters: track radius and average and/or maximum permissible rated train speed.
Because an S corporation is a passthrough entity that avoids taxation at the corporate level, the IRC imposes various restrictions on the types of entities that are permissible shareholders.
Aspirational statements are generally permissible as such statements describe goals that a lawyer or law firm will try to meet.
However, it is not permissible for the fasting person to be injected with nutrients during the day in Ramadan as that would be similar to consuming food and drink, according to a guidance issued by the GAIAE.
The value of pH was within maximum permissible limit in all the 10 samples.
Article 258 of criminal procedures law provides that it is not permissible to punish the defendant for any other incident other than the one described in the committal order or the court summons notice paper.
As a result during the period 2004-2007 the average actual inflationary gap was 15.74 per cent while the average permissible inflationary gap was 4.62 per cent creating an excess inflationary gap [11.13 per cent].
OSHA's agreement to revise its rules governing permissible worker exposure limits for hexavalent chromium, a cancer-causing agent used to coat metals, will have wide implications for the electrical and manufacturing industries and could prod the agency to review its guidelines covering other chemicals found in the workplace.