leeway


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suitable opportunity to accept or allow something

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(of a ship or plane) sideways drift

a permissible difference

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Conclusion: For mixed dentition cases in which leeway space is favorable compared with anterior crowding, use a passive lingual arch.
And some, to put it mildly, were concerned: "It clearly suffers from 'Designer Interruptus,' the Latin term for when a designer is given too much leeway.
For example, there is no leeway with eligibility forms.
During the second panel, "Passing on the Legacy," Carolyn Adams, curator of the American Dance Legacy Institute at Brown University (and a former Paul Taylor lead dancer), said that the core of a work can be taught, but dancers need leeway to enliven the choreography.
Prosecutors would have more leeway to introduce evidence--including hearsay (second-hand) and secret evidence--that is not allowed in regular U.
There is almost no leeway to trim the fractional deposit rate, the officials said.
The Court rejected this, arguing that the act directed the agency to use data from expert reviews, so EPA's leeway in setting limits is broad but not arbitrary.
The new trust bank will target opportunities to serve pension funds that have been given greater leeway in managing funds.
The SEC keeps a tight grip on how mutual funds and money managers can advertise their track records, but the Supreme Court has ruled that newsletters have much greater leeway.
XHTML will give page designers more leeway in their coding of content, allowing devices on multiple platforms to access the same data.
While the Fourth Amendment protects people from unreasonable search and seizure, the courts allow a law enforcement agent who has "reasonable suspicion" of criminality but not probable cause enough leeway to stop a person and conduct a limited pat down.
brought therapies in-house, leading to "tremendous cost savings," direct control of quality of care and even enough financial planning leeway to provide pro bono services for patients in need.
However, like my father who assured me that I had ridden on my own, Harry Frankfurt has attacked that leeway requirement.
The "solely for stock" requirement in a "B" reorganization affords no leeway and the stock-for-stock exchange will result in a taxable stock swap.