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lawfully

adverb absolutely according to law, absolutely within conformity to the law, allowably, conforming to the law, definitely reflected in statute, entirely established, ennirely in accordance with the law, entirely sanctioned, ennirely sanctioned by law, entirely warranted by law, entirely within the law, entirely within the prescriptions of the law, legally, legitimately, obediently, permissibly, properly, validly
Associated concepts: lawfully authorized electronic surveillance, lawfully engaged in an investigation
See also: de jure, fairly
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Our request, however, should not be construed to mean that the complaint was unfounded or had no merits or that Kethi was a lawfully registered voter.
Information on the Lancashire Police website says: "If the dog poses an immediate threat to the safety of the public then it can be lawfully ordered to be destroyed by the police or other responsible person (e.
If such a policy were permissible," the court ruled, "the practical result would be that those lawfully admitted to the country under the authority of the acts of Congress, instead of enjoying in a substantial sense and in their full scope the privileges conferred by the admission, would be segregated in such of the States as chose to offer hospitality.
The prosecutors said Cuerpo in October 2006 facilitated the issuance of permits without him being lawfully entitled to do so, in violation of Article 177 of the Revised Penal Code.
Members of the Consumer Information Subgroup have explained how parents can get health coverage for children who are not lawfully present in the United States in a consumer guide.
The company said the ruling also declares the parties had in fact reached a good faith impasse and FairPoint lawfully implemented its final proposals.
His aunt Carole said the family felt "extremely let down and disappointed" and it was being blamed for the "uprising" of the 2011 riots The inquest jury decided in an 8-2 majority verdict in January Mr Duggan, 29, was lawfully killed by a police marksman in August 2011 in Tottenham, north London.
Lawfully Wedded Husband: How My Gay Marriage will Save the American Family departs from your usual survey of gay marriage to blend autobiography with a review of not just gay rights and how to organize a gay ceremony, but what makes a marriage and a family.
The Commonage Reserve was never lawfully surrendered or otherwise lawfully taken.
In March, APHA lent its support to a congressional bill that would restore access to Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program for all lawfully present immigrants.
When every state or local official is able to lawfully moonlight as a lawyer or accountant or consultant and may lawfully withhold deep details of that work, prosecutors face substantial challenges," he added.