proper clearance

proper clearance

A clearance for entry of units into specified defense areas by civil or military authorities having responsibility for granting such clearance.
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On Seed importation, Dr Ojo said 'we have also noticed that a lot of poor quality seeds are imported into this country through our borders without proper clearance and declaration to the Seeds Council.
After receiving proper clearance to land it proceeded to do so and landed normally.
Summary: Jaisalmer (Rajasthan) [India], Aug 18 (ANI): Air Force officials on Friday nabbed a man for suspicious activities, as he tried to enter the Air Force Station in Rajasthan's Jaisalmer without proper clearance.
The lack of proper clearance between the units and the resultant restrictions to airflow will most surely guarantee that the units will not cool properly; non-uniform airflow will result across the condensing coil's surfaces and cooling capacity declines.
As part of the sewer cleaning operation, intermediate manholes were excavated and a mandrel was pulled to verify proper clearance for liner insertion.
Following reports that rice is stored at the terminal without proper clearance from the NFA, BenCy Ellorin, National Coalition of Filipino Consumers (NCFC) spokesperson is challenging the HCPTI operator to show the permit "for the sake of transparency.
Within eight hours prior to such equipment move, trolley wire crossovers and switches located on the equipment travel route shall be examined for proper clearance by a certified foreman or fireboss and the following necessary safety precautions implemented," regulators added.
Choose motors rated for the proper temperature, having bearings with the proper clearance and proper lubrication.
As for Garhi Khuda Baksh, where the mausoleum of BB Shaheed and Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto are located, the police chief said parking of vehicles must be done with provision for due inbetween space with frequent technical sweeping and proper clearance.
Now, turn the screw out 1/4-tum for proper clearance, and strip the pistol again.
Common Factors: rushing to complete task, failing to ensure proper clearance around obstacles.