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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.
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17) Secondly, we could take the unheroic way out and retreat from the proposed analysis by reading the definiendum more cautiously as "It is supererogatory to permissibly see to it that p" (to see to p while doing only permissible things).
Thus, whether God acts wrongly or permissibly in scripting the world in this way, God's blame of Ernie would be problematic.
Further, I am not suggesting that parties could never permissibly and explicitly make an agreement to "perform or pay.
Katz considers the possibility of rejecting the condition limiting the cost of aid that is morally permissibly to force others to provide.
117) And again, Kent Greenawalt has shown the "complexity of considerations that bear on how civil law should permissibly involve itself in matters of religious significance.
Even Lawson, who is the least subservient to precedent of the contributors to this symposium, admits that constitutional decisions may permissibly serve this function, at least in principle.
But if Alice acts permissibly in Genuine Attacker, how can her equally reasonable response in Indecisive Attacker fail to justify her self-defensive actions in that case?
A selection of candidates, with the groups under which they fall, include, under I, truth itself; under II, that the subject have adequate evidence for the belief, that the belief be based on adequate evidence, and that it be formed by a reliable process; under III, that the evidence be cognitively accessible to the subject and that he have a well-grounded metabelief that the evidence is an ED; under IV, that the belief be held permissibly and/or responsibly; and, under V, that the belief satisfy the cognitive goals of explanation, coherence, systematicity, and/or fostering further understanding.
For instance, if therapeutic applications were ever discovered using patient-specific stem cell lines in animal models, then the question would naturally arise whether one could permissibly enroll in clinical trials cell donors who were the genetic sources of these stem cells.
However, the appellate court continued, under Indiana law a CMHC facility can decline to receive a committed patient if the facility is unable to provide adequate treatment at that time, a refusal that can be based permissibly on a lack of appropriate space or staff.
permissibly regulated abortion clinics as a class while other clinics or medical practices are not; and
Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit applied the rational basis test in determining whether the city's antinepotism policy permissibly infringed upon an employee's First Amendment association rights.