Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
If everyone tried to save enough to guard against this, there'd be considerable overprovision.
The Scottish government has asked that all local authorities have a policy on the overprovision of alcohol.
An overprovision for superannuation liability was written back this year.
The overprovision of poorly used permeability is a crime hazard.
An overprovision occurs as a result of Departmental error, for example failure to act on information received.
As initially built there was considerable overprovision of first class accommodation, which usually ran virtually empty on these routes.
Overprovision of medical or surgical interventions may be as dangerous to health as underprovision.
If that isn’t overprovision, what is?
NHS Highland has already examined the issue of overprovision.
Edinburgh brought in strict guidelines on overprovision in February, which in itself equates to a near blanket ban on new licences.
Council leader Helen Holland said: "There is overprovision in south Bristol, but it is going to be location for a lot of the city's future growth.
(d) It is the overprovision of the specific facilities of the kind to be provided and not of the types of licence with which this ground is concerned.
“Overconsumption or overprovision of healthcare is a huge problem in the States,” said James Gubb, director of the health unit at Civitas, the British think tank.
This relative 'overprovision' of hospital facilities in the area, especially given the proximity of the larger London teaching hospitals, is an underlying factor in the financial problems which have troubled the Trust.
The obvious way to check out the suspected overprovision would be to check out what the current situation was either by interviewing relevant staff or looking at the trends of arrears on Australian loans.
The order in which applications are heard may sometimes he important, particularly if the granting of a licence raises the question of the overprovision or similar facilities, a ground of refusal under s. 17(1) (d).
Yet recent decisions by the licensing board suggest we are not fulfilling that duty: several new licences have been granted, despite strong evidence from NHS Lothian that granting them would increase overprovision.
The whole exercise was an attempt to 4 correct the overspending and the overprovision of health 5 care. 6 The second part of that -- I mean, can I leave it 7 like that?
On 20 May 1850 that line was extended to Newmilns; it was built as a double track line, but this was obviously an overprovision, and a reduction to single track was soon ordered.
Nirvanix offers organizations a new way to ease the burden of storage management, providing a new tier of offsite storage that extends the life of current assets while eliminating the need to overprovision.
In marketed care in the USA, on the other hand, there was evidence of gross overprovision for the rich and underprovision for the poor for both coronary bypass grafts and caesarean section.
So, a balance between public preferences and public expenditures could coincide either with overprovision, if private spending is adequate, or with abject underprovision of many public goods, if private resource allocations are insufficient.
Thirdly, regarding the sentence quoted by the Commissioner on overprovision of resources in various areas, I would remind the House that this overprovision happens in the compulsory expenditure chapters.
The board’s own proposal for broader overprovision powers acknowledged that evidence about the type of establishment where alcohol was sold in Edinburgh was limited, but yet it decided to push ahead with proposals to target off-licensed premises.
The NWLCP said one of the weaknesses in the health services for the area was the "current overprovision of certain specialties such as A&E and maternity" which was causing "financial and quality issues".