The Central Bureau of Narcotics (CBN) supervises licit
cultivation of opium poppy in India.
I would say to not think if it is licit
or not licit
to heal on the Sabbath.
When science is pursued in a moral vacuum and without any limitations as to what is licit
and what is not, humankind is headed for disaster of the worst possible kind.
In adjoining South Asia, where large licit
chemical and pharmaceutical industries exist, there is significant demand by organized crime groups for the precursor chemicals used to produce ATS" the study said.
The third, methotrexate, is not licit
since the drug is administered only for tubal pregnancies diagnosed very early on, where there is still reasonable hope that the embryo will not die; since this is not a case of vital indication, the procedure, he writes, basing his conclusion on a confused notion of intentionality, "becomes something approaching a direct attack on the embryo" (emphasis added).
Her paper defines licit
and illicit arms and analyzes the points of diversion of licit
small arms to the illicit market and potential mechanisms to prevent diversion.
It carries material on the social, political, legal and health contexts of psychoactive substance use, both licit
It is up to the legal authority to determine what is licit
or illicit with regards to the facts, and to order the necessary measures," and not up to the internet service provider, retorts the collective.
Although President Karzai has strongly attacked narcotrafficking as the greatest threat to Afghanistan, one third of the Afghan economy remains opium-based, which contributes to widespread public corruption, damage to licit
economic growth, and the strengthening of the insurgency.
If, on the other hand, the price depends on the common estimation, it is licit
to demand either the lowest, the middle, or the highest price according to opportunity.
Philip Goon has been chosen as prospective Liberal candidate for the Fordbndsre ward at the licit
Solihull District Council eleclions.
In line with the natural law manualists' efforts to discern degrees of personal culpability, the authors of these chapters explore in healthcare and medical practices the determination of licit
or illicit cooperation in another's evil or wrongdoing--practices such as research or therapeutic use of stem cells derived from aborted fetuses, other uses of embryonic/fetal material, physician-assisted suicide, legislation and votes for/against legislators, and conscientious objection.