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the approving of an action, especially when done by one in authority

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This section describes Norges Bank's authorisation procedures for payment systems and provides an overview of the systems that have been authorised and those that have been granted exemptions from the authorisation requirement.
THE EUROPEAN Parliament environment committee is pushing for food businesses to be freed of tough authorisation procedures for health claims proposed by the European Commission, where they do not involve protecting consumers against illness.
THE EUROPEAN Parliament environment committee has pushed for food businesses to be freed of tough authorisation procedures for health claims proposed by the European Commission, where they do not involve protecting consumers against illness.
Escher collaborated with researchers from Utrecht University to look into a number of areas that might be improved: pharmacovigilance, conditional approval, paediatric investigation plans and decentralized authorisation procedures.
The assistance available ranges from financial support with feasibility studies and business plans in the pre-investment phase to cofinancing of authorisation procedures and technical and legal due diligence checks in the late phase of project development.
The commission's inquiry said Ms Cook was able to certify her own travel and subsistence claims, by-passing the charity's normal authorisation procedures and making thousands of pounds of claims which breached its expense regulations.
Currently, consumers are unaware of the stringent scientific safety assessment and authorisation procedures that are undertaken before antimicrobials are permitted for use.
It will do so on the basis of an assessment of the future regulatory challenges for (1) market entry, in particular authorisation issues, including spectrum (need for more detailed common authorisation procedures and conditions); and (2) management of scarce resources, in particular, spectrum allocation and assignment including sharing and numbering (increased need of numbers for M2M communications), with a focus on the risk of exhaustion of numbering resources and the attribution of numbering ranges and rights of way; as well as (3) end-user aspects, with the exception of universal service, inter alia bundles, switching and the interaction between fixed and mobile subscriptions.
The Action, gathering a number of NSAs and NoBos from different Member States, will analyse the ERTMS authorisation procedures (in few member states) and propose a single simplified and harmonised procedure.
Orphan designation will benefit Magnus Growth on a number of counts, including formal scientific advice from EMA, access to centralised authorisation procedures and ultimately ten years market exclusivity if the product reaches the market.