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capable of being borne or endured

about average

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level that the law considers tolerable (analogous to 50 pages)?
l A third region where risks are generally tolerable and there is no need for further reduction
The auditor uses a sample to decide whether misstatement exists and whether it may exceed the tolerable misstatement.
Taking more than 40 mg--that's the Upper Tolerable Intake Level--may lower HDL ("good") cholesterol and impair the immune system.
Skill and virtuosity, forgotten values related to traditional ideas about painting, here serve to further a critique of the society of the spectacle, which, unscrupulously, makes even unbearable suffering tolerable for the beholder.
Today, in our sentimental idealistic anti-zoo culture, the confined animal cages of the past seem barbaric, but the telling point is made that such accommodation was once regarded as tolerable as it reflected contemporary human experience.
The design of the analyzer cell and high-vacuum pump ultimately determines a leak detector's sensitivity, stability, and tolerable test pressure.
Thomas Toch made some important points in his November article, "Bush's Big Test," but he missed the most important point of about 100 years of futile attempts to make the current K-12 governance and funding process produce even tolerable education outcomes, much less movement towards excellence.
That doesn't make them any easier, just more tolerable.
versus the spirit at Nuremberg where] men were tried and convicted for acts which, when committed, were not contrary to the law of nations, but declared so after they were committed, thus violating one of our fundamental constitutional concepts that ex post facto laws are not tolerable.
Efforts range from finding innovative ways to keep soil erosion to tolerable limits to keeping pollutants out of surface and groundwater and developing natural pest control systems in crops.
To direct the worst show ever, Max goes looking for the worst director ever, and finds him in Roger De Bris (Gary Beach), who advises him that the only way to make a World War II musical tolerable is to "keep it gay.
However, in order to stay within the budget as planned, the auditor let the overstatement drift as high as possible based on the level considered tolerable by professional standards for a type II error.
It also provides a table and guidance to help calculate tolerable misstatement.
Wakimoto said the central government should review and revise its maximum tolerable dioxin levels for soil and water, as the government has failed to take into consideration pollution caused by dioxins carried into the water by soil particles.