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Synonyms for sanctioning

implying sanction or serving to sanction

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Staff are given assessments and if they are not sanctioning it can lead to poor assessments, which can then lead to disciplinary action.
According to Pesevski, the rigorous sanctioning policy gave good results, because the number of the employees did not decline, as firms met their tax responsibilities on time.
In contrast, we find that sanctioning sustains public goods provision at a level above that observed in the absence of sanctioning opportunities, and so sanctioning appears to be a more effective mechanism for sustaining contributions.
Using Wisconsin longitudinal administrative data, the authors performed event history analysis to examine the dynamic patterns of sanctioning and the patterns of benefits following a sanction.
Making clear the distinction between three stages of capital management--allocation, sanctioning and monitoring--can help.
At the same time, jail remains an important part of the sanctioning continuum.
The AICPA believes that "indirect accountability" would result in sanctioning a from associated with "offending practitioners," disproportionately harming the firm.
Senders (the sanctioning countries) consider not only the current dispute with the target (the sanctioned country) but also future possible disputes.
Therefore the responsibility for protection of the civilian population reverts to other legitimate authorities, particularly the sanctioning parties.
OTCBB: DMSP), the premier sanctioning body and promoter of professional dirt track racing in the United States, is relocating its corporate and operational headquarters to North Carolina during the fourth quarter of 2006.
Every few weeks, the Treasury Department plays catch-up by sanctioning more front companies it has uncovered.
Since those countries that have imposed sanctions on Iran are stuck with several economic problems, they do not have the ability to practice their decisions about sanctioning Iran," Farxin added.
The concerted worldwide sanctioning effort against apartheid South Africa, for example, arguably fit into all three of these categories.
If an approved body or state board metes out any other sanction, as a disciplinary measure, the member would be subjected to an appropriate sanction based on sanctioning guidelines developed by the PEEC and approved by the AICPA Board of Directors.