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consistent with reason and intellect

kept within sensible limits

not excessive or extreme in amount, degree, or force

suited to or within the means of ordinary people

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showing reason or sound judgment

not excessive or extreme

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marked by sound judgment

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You exhausted all reasonable means of discovery when they went away.
Barely,'' said Gurth, though the sum demanded was more reasonable than he expected, ``and it will leave my master nigh penniless.
Seventy-one seventy-two; thy master is a good youth seventy-three, an excellent youth seventy-four that piece hath been clipt within the ring seventy-five and that looketh light of weight seventy-six when thy master wants money, let him come to Isaac of York seventy-seven that is, with reasonable security.
The landlord may not enter the premises without consent unless there are reasonable grounds that an emergency exists or that the tenant abandoned the premises.
The penalty does not apply, however, if the failure was due to reasonable cause (sometimes with the additional condition that the failure was not due to willful disregard).
Development of the Standards of Reasonable Suspicion and Reasonable Grounds to Believe A.
Reasonable accommodation generally depends on the circumstances, including an analysis of the size of the program, its overall budget compared to the potential cost of an accommodation, the potential disruption to a program's central services that might be caused by the requested accommodation, and other factors.
6662(a) accuracy-related penalty under does not apply to any portion of an underpayment if it is shown that there was reasonable cause for the taxpayer's position and the taxpayer acted in good faith as to that portion; see Sec.
Any reasonable written document that acknowledges the client is aware that the information may be disclosed and confirms in writing the client's permission for the disclosure.
If a taxpayer successfully challenges the IRS, can that taxpayer recover reasonable litigation costs?
The order will be conditioned on the landlord giving the tenant reasonable time to move and paying the tenant's reasonable moving expenses.
The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the National Credit Union Administration, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, and the Office of Thrift Supervision (the agencies), and the Conference of State Bank Supervisors asked insured depository institutions on September 1, 2005, to consider all reasonable and prudent steps to assist customers' and credit union members' cash and financial needs in areas affected by Hurricane Katrina.
Thus, for these taxpayers, mandatory e-filing (especially without a reasonable transition period) represents little more than shifting a burden from the agency to the taxpayers.
Section 43 provides a limited defence that a parent, teacher or person, who is acting in the place of a parent, is justified in using force to correct a child who is under his or her care, provided that the force used is reasonable in all circumstances.
While most of us would agree that Humanism places a high value on reason, Rodgers seems to suggest that reasonable belief is an oxymoron.