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Casaubon again and left off receiving favors from him, it would clearly be permissible to hate him the more.
129) Further, the dissent asserted that the majority's approach to having the DPPA permissible uses interplaying with each other would lead to tension within the statute and would cloud the uses that would otherwise be permissible.
An x-ray of a lung that has been damaged by asbestos would also be permissible.
And although it may be permissible for women to reveal their breasts in public, for the very natural act of breastfeeding, I have it on the very best authority that revealing myself in public for the very natural act of urination is not.
263A costs (this could be permissible if the taxpayer made the historical absorption ratio election); see Regs.
For example, an amount that is payable to a participant from a nonqualified deferred compensation plan when the participant's child begins college would not be considered to be paid at a specific time and, thus, would not be permissible.
While the Church exhorts civil authorities to seek peace, not war, and to exercise discretion and mercy in imposing punishment on criminals, it may still be permissible to take up arms to repel an aggressor or to have recourse to capital punishment.
An exception would be if the refinanced proceeds were used to make capital improvements on the home, in which case that portion of the refinance proceeds used for that purpose would be permissible and the basis of the home would be increased.
If a transaction falls within one of these categories, it might be permissible to conclude the transaction without seeking a license and without taking the risk, for example, that a U.
In addition, some of the financial firms who mainly produce products and services that many observers believe should be permissible to banks are also engaged in, or affiliated with, nonfinancial businesses.
Catholic teaching distinguishes between euthanasia, which it condemns as murder, and an individual's decision to forgo extraordinary medical treatment, which it says may be permissible in cases where it would be futile or overly burdensome to continue treatment.
The Bank stated that it did not believe that the special payment feature of Republic's publicized offer would be permissible under New York law and regulation.