discretionary


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based on individual judgment or discretion

not compulsory or automatic

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having or using the ability to act or decide according to your own discretion or judgment

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(especially of funds) not earmarked

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Parliament approved legislation earlier this year granting the president use of the discretionary fund, which is normally set aside for the Prime Ministry.
The results showed that firms with high investment opportunities are more likely,to have a lot of discretionary accruals.
More rich Asians are turning to discretionary services that free them from day-to-day management of their assets.
Head of three-member bench and Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry said while hearing a case on the distribution of discretionary fund of former Prime Minister ''Chief Executive does not mean that he can do what-ever he wants to do.
To determine whether consistent, daily sunscreen use could prevent progression of skin aging, researchers randomized Nambour study participants under age 55 into four groups: daily use of broad-spectrum sunscreen plus 30 mg of beta-carotene; daily sunscreen use plus a placebo supplement; discretionary sunscreen use plus 30 mg of beta-carotene; and discretionary sunscreen use plus a placebo supplement.
This article explores discretionary and spendthrift trusts under the Florida Trust Code.
He explained his ministry had used 47 percent of the discretionary funds.
Hamilton Lane is an independent financial institution that provides discretionary and non-discretionary private equity asset management services to sophisticated investors worldwide.
These private banks and wealth managers typically manage clients' assets through defined mandates in discretionary accounts (often labeled 'conservative', 'balanced' or 'growth') that are very similar to the investment strategies of mutual funds.
A minister's discretionary powers include allotment of land, change in land use, appointments and transfers of bureaucrats, instructions to change file notings to favour vested interests and approval of projects.
The consumer discretionary sector – as represented by the Consumer Discretionary Select Sector SPDR ETF (NYSE: XLY) – "broke down" relative to the Consumer staples sector – as represented by the Consumer Staples Select Sector SPDR (NYSE: XLP).
Because of your very good relationship with Iowa State Bank & Trust Company, a $500 discretionary overdraft privilege has been placed on your account in accordance with our Discretionary OverDraft Privelege Policy, a copy of which is enclosed.
With minimal discussion, voters in West Brookfield last night approved $15,096 in discretionary funds for the district and $13,801 to purchase textbooks for the three district schools.
households now have discretionary income, up from about 57 million in 2002, according to a report by The Conference Board.
The court explained that denials of ERISA benefits should "be reviewed under a de novo standard unless the benefit plan gives the administrator or fiduciary discretionary authority to determine eligibility for benefits or to construe the terms of the plan.