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Synonyms for derogate

Synonyms for derogate

cause to seem less serious

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Derogations are not ends in themselves, but rather a means to rights-respecting ends: 'The restoration of a state of normalcy where full respect for the [ICCPR] can again be secured must be the predominant objective of a State party derogating from the [ICCPR].
Shipbuilding is one of the few sectors that are still subject to a specific state aid scheme, derogating from the horizontal rules applicable to other sectors," commented Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia.
Without derogating from the generality of the foregoing, the company does not in anyway assume responsibility for the forward-looking statements contained in Conroy's report, or that of any other analyst.
But they may also have, in accordance with Article 50 of the Procurement Code, deals with variants of derogating from the Special Conditions of Contract and its appendices.
The decision enables Italy to apply a special measure derogating from the EU's common VAT system so as to restrict the right of a taxable person to deduct VAT on expenditure related to such vehicles.
According to the Supreme Court's decision, the Company will negotiate with the MOC regarding some of the conditions and their implementation, without derogating from any of its rights.
Applicants may submit additional proposals with variants derogating from CCTP and its appendices.
Council Decision authorising theaUnited Kingdom to apply a measure derogating from Article 11 of Directive 77/388/EEC on the harmonisation of the laws of the member states relating toaturnover taxes.
Currently, the proposal says that member states may "take measures" derogating from the principle "relating to.
The Commission proceeded on November 11 to adopt an ad hoc legal basis providing a means of derogating from this general provision along the lines of last May's decision for a series of programmes whose beneficiaries are no longer subjected to a call for proposals (see European Report 2778).
Even though the Stability Pact provides for "exceptional circumstances" for derogating from the aforementioned mechanism, Paris cannot invoke any such circumstances in 2002.
Austria is authorised to apply a measure derogating from Article 21 in the context of construction work.