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Compliance

Observance; conformity; obedience.

Compliance with the federal Income Tax laws is essential to avoid prosecution for Tax Evasion.

compliance

noun accedence, acceptance, accommodation, accord, accordance, acquiescence, adaptability, adherence, agreeability, agreement, assent, bowing, concession, concord, concurrence, conformability, conformance, conformity, consent, consonance, cooperation, dutifulness, harmony, keeping, obedience, obsequium, observance, pliancy, submission, tractability, tractableness, willingness to commly, yielding
Associated concepts: compliance with the law, in compliince with statute, strict compliance, substantial compliance
Foreign phrases: Impotentia excusat legem.The impossibillty of performing a legal duty is an excuse from the perrormance. Obedientia est legis essentia. Obedience is the essence of the law.
See also: acceptance, accordance, acknowledgment, acquiescence, adherence, agreement, amenability, assent, capitulation, comity, compatibility, conciliation, conduct, conformity, conjunction, consent, consortium, conspiracy, deference, devotion, discipline, fealty, homage, indorsement, loyalty, timeliness, understanding
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Indeed, reduced total static compliance of the respiratory system during pneumoperitoneum in our results might reflect decreased chest wall compliance which is one determinant of total static compliance of the respiratory system.
Blattner C, Guaragna JC, Saadi E (2008) Oxygenation and static compliance is improved immediately after early manual hyperinflation following myocardial revascularisation: a randomised controlled trial.
In addition, the products of static compliance of the breathing circuit (1.
Manual hyperinflation is a technique that provides a tidal volume greater than the baseline volume and produces a turbulent flow that brings benefits such as improvement of static compliance of the respiratory system, increased oxygenation, mobilisation of secretions, and recruitment of collapsed areas of lung (McCarren and Chow 1996, Maa et al 2005).