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per·mis·si·ble

 (pər-mĭs′ə-bəl)
adj.
Permitted; allowable: permissible tax deductions; permissible behavior in school.

per·mis′si·bil′i·ty, per·mis′si·ble·ness n.
per·mis′si·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.permissibility - admissibility as a consequence of being permitted
admissibility - acceptability by virtue of being admissible
impermissibility - inadmissibility as a consequence of not being permitted
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This urban planning idea has already been examined by the technical offices of the hanseatic city of rostock and its permissibility under planning law has been confirmed.
At the time of the Playpen investigation, lower courts differed on the permissibility of remote-access investigative techniques, and no appellate court had addressed the issue.
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The standard lays out a clear guidance on the permissibility to trade in gold and makes it possible for Islamic investors to deploy to grow their wealth, diversify their portfolios, and protect them against market risks in a Shariah-compliant manner.
A division bench of the LHC had on Dec 3, 2012 concluded that the reference might be quashed, but the judges disagreed with each other over the permissibility of reinvestigation into the matter and it was referred to a referee judge who held on March 11, 2014 that reinvestigation of the case was not permissible.
Even though the Mawlid as we know it was not around during the time of the Prophet, Muslim scholars have agreed on its permissibility under the Sharia, or Islamic law, for many centuries.
With the government poised to divvy up the opposition CNRP's parliamentary seats following its dissolution last week - a move almost universally condemned by the international community - a ruling on the permissibility of Cambodia's largest redistribution of power in recent memory appears to have landed in the laps of just two people.
The writs in English language may be notarized by the notaries designated by a resolution of the minister concerned with justice affairs, or a private notary public whose license states the permissibility of attestation of English writs.
It stipulated that the move must "apply and adhere to the necessary Shariah standards," without providing details, and said a majority of the Council of Senior Religious Scholars had approved its permissibility.
We also refer to the view of the majority of the members of the senior scholars on the driving of women of vehicles that the legitimacy of this is in terms of origin, is permissibility that the views of the reservation is focused on considerations related to blocking the possible pretexts that do not reach the certainty and the predominance of the thought do not see impediment to allow it to drive vehicles, in the light of finding guarantees of legitimacy and order necessary to avoid those pretexts, even if they were within the scope of doubtful possibility.
It stipulated that the move must "apply and adhere to the necessary Sharia standards", without providing details, and said a majority of the Council of Senior Religious Scholars had approved its permissibility.
A 1982 fatwa (religious edict) by the Senior Ulama Commission concerning organ donation and transplantation stressed "the permissibility to remove an organ or part thereof from a dead person," and the permissibility of a living person donating an organ or part of it.