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- adv. In a permissible manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a permissible manner; allowably.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a permissible manner
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Presumably you think we are not (yet?) there with SSM, but how wide a consensus must there be before mainstream media entities may permissibly portray one side as representing the “just” position?
The mandate permissibly regulates these activities when they substantially impact interstate commerce, consistent with the limits in Lopez and Morrison which did not involve economic activity.
The appeals court said a trial judge in the case "permissibly found that the claimed tax deductions are for depreciation on property Wells Fargo never expected to own or operate, interest on debt that existed only on a balance sheet, and write-offs for the costs of transactions that amounted to nothing more than tax deduction arbitrage."
Aldous Huxley famously compared Lake Atitlán to Lake Como, writing that it "touches the limit of the permissibly picturesque."
Holder declared that the "...regulation permissibly interferes with Congress' clear intent to afford each noncitizen a statutory right to pursue a motion to reopen..."
Rabbi Greenberg, a revolutionary in our time, took courage from Rav Kook, who said, There are times when there is a need to violate the words of the Torah since there is no one in the generation who can show the way to do it permissibly, and so it comes as a breach.
Nor do I claim to have solved the considerable constitutional problem of how Congress could permissibly delegate to the people themselves the power to make choices that the Constitution's Framers clearly expected Congress to make.
Presumably you think we are not yet? there with SSM, but how wide a consensus must there be before mainstream media entities may permissibly portray one side as representing the “just” position?
Therefore lethal force could very reasonably have been argued as necessary to prevent the shop keepers own death or further injury and thereby was permissibly in law. common sense 1 shitbag 0
While I always love to see a creative interpretation, I really do not think there is any way to parse this as being about what might permissibly emerge from a state of nature.