Examples of permissible in a Sentence
deployment overseas would be regarded as a permissible reason for late filing by members of the military
Recent Examples of permissible from the Web
In effect, Iran is still staying within the parameters of the 2015 agreement but now tip-toeing closer to the edge of what is permissible.
Opioids were permissible after a difficult surgery, but providers had to use the lowest adequate dose and register the prescription in a digital tracking system.
Big banks, for example, would have more flexibility to determine what trading is permissible.
The changes would give the largest banks significant freedom to engage in more complicated — and possibly riskier — activities by largely leaving it up to Wall Street firms to determine which trading is permissible under the rule and which is not.
Again, asking a supervisor or HR to help mediate is totally permissible, says Keels.
Such bait may include small animal carcasses and in some locations, fish parts are also permissible.
Lawyers for employers, who have long backed arbitration as a means of resolving disputes, argued that class action waivers are permissible under the 1925 law.
In 2016, Pope Francis said that contraception could be permissible in areas struck with the Zika virus, because of evidence linking it to a birth defect.
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