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Synonyms for directive

a pronouncement encouraging or banning some activity

showing the way by conducting or leading

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For further information on the new directive and all other consumer rights, contact your local CAB.
of 13 May 2013 adapting certain Directives in the field of right of establishment and freedom to provide services to the accession of the Republic of Croatia.
The current action concerns cases where the Member States have already adopted considerable new legislation pursuant to the third internal energy market package and have thus already transposed part of the requirements of the two Directives into national law.
Completing a psychiatric advance directive prepares families and caregivers for times of crisis.
EU member states must complete transposition of the directive into national legislation by Jan.
While producers will recognize the importance of the Eco-directive as part of the environmental legislation, they may find it challenging to ensure that each of their products meets, prior to launch, the range of specific requirements detailed by the directive.
The EU Packaging Waste Directive aims to reduce product packaging that contributes to waste streams.
In Matcham's view, the Reinsurance Directive will demonstrate that the EU has a set of minimum and recognized reinsurance standards.
For example, the definition of exempt services in Article 13 B (a) and (d) of the Sixth Directive was adopted in 1977 and thus reflects the financial services and products that were common at that time.
The directive includes a requirement that the stability operations portions of war plans are fully completed by the U.
The European Union has approved a new directive that would require telecommunications companies in member states to retain data generated by electronic communications--though the content of the communications may not be collected--to aid law enforcement in combating serious crimes.
Not surprisingly, the Pentagon directive tracks the recommendations found in the book In the Wake of War: Improving U.
The Pastoral Directive, promulgated by Bishop Albert LeGatt, attempts to put into practice the call from the Second Vatican Council to strive towards reconciliation and unity among Christians.
This unit, to be released at the end of September 2005, conforms to European RoHS directive(*1) (EU Directive on the Restriction of certain Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic equipment) for the U.
Information on code status implementation, Directive pros and cons, a sample that may be used, and details to be addressed when completing an Advanced Directive are part of a guide originally created for the author's own mother.
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