Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Finally Supreme Court gave conditional permission for the construction of the road.
Most families in the Islamic world are monogamous as the rule is a conditional permission not a recommendation.
He tried again and was given conditional permission (bedingt tauglich-with constraints) to begin flight training.
She added, "Anyway, if you wanted to try that route, I give you my conditional permission."
This would imply the acceptance in principle of paying compensation for virtually all refusals and conditional permissions.
Here it is necessary merely to stress that an applicant has the right of appeal to the secretary of state against conditional permissions and refusals.
Prohibition of conditional permission:
And the world governing body for track and field has given conditional permission for the country to participate in the world championships in August.
The US Energy Department has been allowed "conditional permission" to store radioactive and hazardous waste in an underground salt cavern in New Mexico.
Enhancements in security and policies: The new Conditional Permission Admin service provides an elegant and simple way to manage networked services securely.
Subsequent to the meeting with Papaji, both Jaxon-Bear and Gangaji were allowed to teach satsang in the West, and given conditional permission to publish Wake Up and Roar.
Hearing that, Yasushi Akimoto, General Producer of AKB48, came to her and gave her conditional permission to join AKB48 if she could remember and perform all 12 songs and choreographies performed at the theater in 4 days.
In Minnesota, the Northern States Power Company, having wrung conditional permission from the public service commission to build its own cluster of storage casks at its twin Prairie Island reactors, must seek special legislation from the state legislature in February.
For example, the local searches on my own property list three such decisions: "conditional permission: extension" in 1982; "conditional permission, erection of porch" in 1983; and "conditional permission, alterations and extensions" in 1989.
According to Israeli historian Benny Morris, al-Buwayziyya's residents fled when they learned that the neighboring village of al-Khalisa, 5 km to the north, had succumbed to Jewish forces and as a result the village had been evacuated after the Haganah declined the villagers' request for conditional permission to stay.