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- adj. That may be notified.
- adj. That must be notified to the authorities.
- adj. That is worthy of being notified.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- That must be made known, as to a board of health or some other authority.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. requiring that official notification be given
Same with HIV, where, as with any other fatal, incurable infection, it should have been treated as what's called a notifiable disease, carriers isolated immediately to protect the rest of the population.
Flu has hit Tasmanian schools hard, but the sickness must be registered with health authorities because it is classified as a notifiable disease.
Industrial diseases should be made "notifiable," so that they can be controlled by the factory or health department.
Anyone carrying out these 'notifiable' types of electrical work must either be registered with one of the Government-approved Competent Person Self-certification Schemes or they must submit
Hong Kong-listed Tingyi, which is more commonly known in China for its Master Kong brand, was suspended from trading early Friday pending the announcement of a "notifiable transaction."
Is it a notifiable illness and has bad side effects.
A further review of the definitions of notifiable and non-notifiable crime will include rationalisation of the number of categories to be published and recorded.
Article 1.7 of the Code requires officers to register their notifiable memberships with the Chief
Police officers shall notify the Chief Constable of their membership of any organisation which might reasonably be regarded as affecting their ability to discharge their duties effectively and impartially in accordance with Police Service policy on registration of notifiable memberships.
Police officers who believe that they have no notifiable memberships must notify this belief to the Chief Constable.
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