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regulated item

[′reg·yə‚lād·əd ′īd·əm]
(ordnance)
An item requiring special control in handling distribution and use, because of its highly technical, costly, or hazardous nature, or because of some other specified concern.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The law also makes its clear that "the authority's inspectors are authorised to inspect industrial sites, stores or any other sites or locations in the state where regulated items are declared to be located, including, but not limited to, special and free zones in order to - ensure that such items are used for peaceful purposes in accordance with the obligations of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons".
06 ( ANI ): World's biggest social networking site Facebook will reportedly restrict under 18 users to access posts related to sale of guns and other regulated items under mounting pressure from lobbying groups.
We will not permit people to post offers to sell regulated items that indicate a willingness to evade or help others evade the law," Facebook said.
If you list an alcohol content of 13.5%, "produced and bottled by" and a vintage of 2012 on your wine label, you would be required to show documentation in your winemaking records that clearly indicates the wine meets the minimum percentage requirements or other regulated qualifications for using those regulated items.
Chinese consumers are unlikely to begin trusting domestic brands again soon as overseas brands continue to export safer, strictly regulated items to China.
The regulated items include vehicle tyre, safety belt, wheel rim, brake pad, exhaust fan, electric iron and hair dryer.
"Please direct the (local government units) to explain how such a store can be selling regulated items without the necessary permits," an apparently irritated Aquino said.
Munitions List regulated items, which makes them among the most classified items in the Pentagon's inventory.
was made in order to restrain inflationary pressures, stirred by a rise of prices for regulated items (like flour and bread) and food, inflatory expectations, as well as an increase of the global oil price,' said the National Bank of Serbia.
The remainder of the revenue then can be available to the government to purchase regulated items. In the Iraqi case, the escrow account was established by the UN Secretary-General and billions of dollars were transferred through it to humanitarian providers, rather than funds passing directly to a government account.
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