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Proper

Fit; correct; reasonably sufficient. That which is well adapted or appropriate.

Proper care is the degree of care a reasonable, prudent person would use under similar circumstances.

A proper party is an individual who has an interest in the litigation. He or she can be joined—that is, brought into the action—but his or her nonjoinder will not result in a dismissal. A substantial judicial decree can still be rendered in the absence of a proper party. A proper party is distinguishable from a necessary party in that the latter must be joined in order to give complete relief to the litigants.

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Joinder.

PROPER. That which is essential, suitable, adapted, and correct.
     2. Congress is authorized by art, 1, s. 8, of the constitution of the United States, "to make all laws which shall be necessary and proper, for carrying into execution the foregoing powers, and all other powers vested by this constitution of the United States, in any department. or officer thereof." See Necessary and Proper.

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The detailed Environmentally Acceptable Lubricants market scenario, therefore, provides insights about the ongoing research and development that is going on and, on this basis, the report is created regional wise, segment-wise, and more.
Stephen Haddrill, chief executive of the FRC, said: "At a time when the future of the audit sector is under the microscope, the latest audit quality results are not acceptable. Audit firms must identify the causes of their audit shortcomings and take rapid and appropriate action to improve quality."
FRC chief executive Stephen Haddrill said: "At a time when the future of the audit sector is under the microscope, the latest audit quality results are not acceptable. Firms must identify the causes of their audit shortcomings and take rapid and appropriate action to improve quality."
"When all these are finished, we would be able to bring back EDSA to its former state which is acceptable traffic.
On each, the gap between "morally acceptable" and "morally wrong" views is less than 10 percentage points.
In terms of the quality of education per school curriculums, the report said: "Out of the 25 schools that follow the British curriculum, 56 per cent provide good or better quality of education and 44 per cent provide an acceptable quality.
Whereas out of the 32 American curriculum schools, 53 per cent got a 'good' or 'better' quality mark; 41 per cent received an 'acceptable' rating; and six per cent were seen as 'weak'.
Americans with at least some college education are more than twice as likely to say animal cloning was morally acceptable than those with a high school education or less -- 42% vs.
According to WHO, the average consumption of the minimum acceptable diet is 8.6 per cent.
So what can advertisers do to make their ads acceptable for users?
Instead of the usual ads that sites would normally showcase, a list of 'acceptable ads' will appear to visitors using the app,the report verified.
(https://consumerist.com/2013/05/14/adblock-plus-internet-heroes-or-banner-ad-shakedown-artists/) For several years , parent company Eyeo GmbH has run a tidy little business by collecting fees on "acceptable" ads it allows to slip through its filters (users can block them by adjusting the program's settings), a practice that has been criticized by the ad industry and some publishers as a high-tech protection racket.