- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of allow.
“But it also allows another kind of “wellness program” that allows employers to penalize people who can’t satisfy a “standard that is related to a health status factor.””
“Here's what I think: The ambiguity of the term allows for it to be applied universally.”
“Do not apply a product on kittens or puppies unless the label allows for it.”
“The designation allows for indefinite detention without charge or trial of foreign nationals pending deportation, but Mahjoub argues he would be tortured if sent back to Egypt.”
“The designation allows some foreigners to seek temporary protection in the United States if they are unable to safely return to their own country.”
“The designation allows Accion to make loans of up to $250,000 at all its offices - previously, the cap had been $100,000 in all cities except San Antonio.”
“The title allows voice recognition for tasks like dialing, maps, web searches and Facebook and Twitter updates.”
“The label allows for space in that moment to be separate from the issue.”
“If used in an emotional way, the term allows us to persist in whatever prejudices we have.”
“Because the label allows for generic HTML, I've prefixed the name value with the Gravatar for their email.”
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