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TO ALLOW, practice. To approve; to grant; as to allow a writ of error, is to approve of it, to grant it. Vide Allocatur. To allow an amount is to admit or approve of it.

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Herrera-Dy, likewise, proposed to HUDCC three tiers of rent bracketing and corresponding allowable rent increase applicable nationwide: Up to P4,000 per month rent (3-percent maximum allowable rent increase); P4,001 to P10,000 per month rent (4-percent maximum allowable rent increase); and P10,000 to P20,000 per month rent (5-percent maximum allowable rent increase).
For example, if a young child needs the care of a parent or an ailing adult needs the assistance of a nurse or other caregiver, additional transportation expenses are allowable deductions.
Vibration and noise was found within allowable limits.
In theory, patients' responsibility for allowable inpatient bills increased to 12.1 percent of the total in the third quarter, from 10.2 percent in the third quarter of 2015.
The politicians then have to prove the spending was allowable within a month, or they build up debts to the watchdog.
We tested the associations of age, race, femoral neck bone mineral density (BMD), prior clinical fracture, and depression with standardized costs, allowable charges, and billed charges, hypothesizing that each of these would be associated with health care costs and utilization on account of their association with comorbidity burden and health status.
The $16,500 difference ($91,029-$74,529) in income tax is the tax-equivalent amount on the $50,000 of passive income and is the allowable credit.
Spend PS500,000 before September 30 so that it would be 100 per cent allowable and then spend the other PS125,000 between October 1 and December 31, 2015, so that this would also be 100 per cent allowable (i.e.
In July 2012 the TTB announced that it had updated this list of allowable changes.
Almost, the internationally recognized cash amount allowable to be in the pocket on travel, is no more than non-declared $ 10,000 to the pertinent authorities, at entry inlets, as proved by so many countries, Osama bin Ahmed Al-Sanousi, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Consular Affairs, said.
I am assuming that you are referring to expenses allowable for tax purposes, which have been deducted in the Statement of Comprehensive Income, but are not deductible for tax purposes.
Two Democratic House members are calling for the Food and Drug Administration to set standards for the maximum allowable levels of dangerous heavy metals, including arsenic, in foods and beverages.