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This seems at odds with comments by the then Land Reform Minister, Dr Aileen McLeod, who told MSPs as the bill went through the Scottish Parliament: "Environmental wellbeing is not being defined in the bill as I want it to have a broad meaning...
HONG KONG, Apr 15, 2019 - (ACN Newswire) - The term "technology" has a broad meaning and can be hard to clearly define when it comes to understanding how it directly affects the public at large.
'I never follow instruction - I believe in the freedom of how we produce our artwork in the broad meaning,' Cheanick said.
'Imran Khani has broad meaning that includes change, eradication of corruption, justice, health, education etc,' said PTI MPA Fazal Elahi.
This approach was inconsistent with the broad meaning given to 'setting' in the NPPF, the PPG and HE's 'Good Practice Advice'.
It is based on the idea that democratic judgments should be carried out not only in the electoral courts, but must operate in all jurisdictional activities, hence their broad meaning (lato sensu).
That, combined with the very broad meaning the opinion ascribed to the Privacy Exclusion, meant that there was no coverage.
I don't think the FDA gives it a very broad meaning, as some examples from warning letters will show.
Khaled Al-Falih proposed the idea of changing the name of the Forum to be the "Energy Information Forum for the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries", thus expanding its base to include all energy sectors and related ones, reflecting the expansion of the GCC countries' attention not to petrolum only but also to energy in its broad meaning. -- SPA 17:35 LOCAL TIME 14:35 GMT
"Any pollutant" suggests a broad meaning. But, policyholders argue, the definition of pollutant should be understood to mean traditional industrial pollutants.
is the ordinary meaning from a continuing broad meaning? You've already had all these chances to amend, to make things as precise and as narrow as the Patent Office thinks it needs to be." Tr.
These terms are not defined in the legislation although during the debate it was said that "environmental wellbeing"was intended to have a"broad meaning", which will not be restricted to physical harm, but will also cover harm to the amenity of a community." Boarded-up shops, unoccupied housing or algae-filled ponds"are the examples given in the debate.