derogate

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Synonyms for derogate

Synonyms for derogate

cause to seem less serious

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Applicants may, in accordance with Article 50 of the Public Procurement Code, offers with limited variations derogating from special technical terms and for its appendices to the following - Alternative 1: Quality of the top food- Alternative 2: Individualization meal trays.
But it added: 'We have decided that the 2001 Act, which is the measure derogating from the obligations under the Convention, to the extent that it permits only the detention of foreign suspected international terrorists is not compatible with the Convention.
The purpose of this authorization and the reason for derogating from existing shareholders' pre-emption rights is to enable business acquisitions for a cash or non-cash consideration or by payment in the form of new shares or a combination of these, to enable an increase in the number of owners to include one or more additional significant owners for the Company, and to enable the Company to strengthen its financial position if required.
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.
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.
Applicants may submit additional proposals with variants derogating from CCTP and its appendices.
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.