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Synonyms for impermissible

not allowed

Antonyms for impermissible

not allowable

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The district court denied summary judgment in favor of the defendants, finding that the regulation was an impermissible violation of the prisoners' First Amendment rights and that the defendants failed to establish that the regulation was not unconstitutionally vague.
New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, the Appellate Division affirmed the Supreme Court and held the State's imposition of the sales taxes impermissible.
NAR agrees with numerous banking organizations and bank trade associations that have strenuously opposed the Wal-Mart ILC application on the basis that permitting commercial firms to own banks will result in an impermissible mixing of banking and commerce.
If it were, the exclusion would be constitutionally impermissible.
Accordingly, the regulation was an impermissible construction of Sec.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals perceived the wounded man's mental scars and lovingly redressed the matter, with Judge Alfred Goodwin observing that, ``given the age and impressionability of schoolchildren - the policy is highly likely to convey an impermissible message of endorsement to some, and disapproval to others, of their beliefs regarding the existence of a monotheistic God.
Under the LOC's Charter, it is impermissible to display the flag of Taiwan at any official Olympic venue or gathering.
As alleged, defendants' 'refusal to deal' was predicated on an impermissible purpose, and thus if proven would subject Cablevision to antitrust liability.
On the other hand, an involuntary change imposed by the IRS during the course of an examination is made in the earliest tax year under examination or, if later, the first tax year in which the IRS considers the method impermissible.
When you withdraw property from an area governed by the Bernardi case, would a court regard that as an impermissible circumvention of the Bernardi judgment?
constitutes impermissible viewpoint discrimination.
It did this, Loux added, even though a court ruled last summer that cutting standards off at 10,000 years was arbitrary and impermissible.
Thus, the company's attempt to recharacterize those items without the Service's consent was impermissible.
A court-imposed ranking of religions and determination as to which are sufficiently `main line,' or orthodox, constitutes impermissible state assessment of ecclesiastical matters and partiality concerning religious denominations," observes the brief.
aircraft was reached in August through an impermissible mathematical formula, the defendants claim after interviewing jurors.