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a lack of action or activity

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The better rule is to allow taxpayers the option to appeal the CIR's inaction after the lapse of the 90-day period similar to that of assessments under Section 228 of the Tax Code.
Yung kaniyang inaction, malinaw na ito ay kino-condone yung mga galaw ng kaniyang opisyales sa tanggapan na yan (Through her inaction, she clearly condoned the actions of her officials),' Javellana said.
A quarter-million deaths, a dozen terror attacks, a million refugees, these are politically acceptable consequences of inaction, but a single casualty from action, even attempting to prevent those horrors, is considered politically unacceptable.
Binay, who is running for president in the 2016 elections, cited several SC decisions wherein election protests had been dismissed for inaction or failure of the protestants to prosecute their cases.
Especially when you consider that inaction, too, could have led to unforeseen miseries.
A terrorist intent is established by a direct or indirect terrorist result or when an offender knows that the action or inaction leads, in its nature or context, to terrorist results.
The central bank of Bulgaria has been criticised by an Ombudsman for inaction.
This asymmetry between action and inaction cannot be justified if we are to remain faithful to the notion that interbranch competition is the core virtue of our constitutional regime.
Ejaz said that it was this confusion and inaction which had played havoc with Country's economy and security, within last 8 months; citing strong resentment and questioning of stake holders and other political parties over inaction of PM , after PM had taken all APC participants into confidence on restoring the dialogue option.
General Assembly voted to give Riyadh the seat back in October, but the kingdom declined, citing failure to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, lack of progress over eliminating weapons of mass destruction from the Middle East, and inaction in Syria, where the oil monarchy opposes President Bashar Assad's regime.
Spokesman John Donnellan said: "This has been an extremely difficult decision for doctors to make and we would not be in this position were it not for the inaction and prevarication of the Department of Health and the HSE.
Allegations of inaction on the part of the Sri Lanka Police during the attack on the Mosque and residences at Grandpass, Colombo 14 on August 10, 2013.
TWO years after his son was brutally killed for taking on eve- teasers outside a hotel in suburban Mumbai, Keenan Santos' father, Valerian Santos, was threatened by cops after he questioned their inaction while a woman was being teased at the same spot where his son was killed.
Catholic Health Australia-National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling: Second Report on Health Inequalities: The cost of inaction on the social determinants of health