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n.1.A permitted choice; a rhetorical figure in which a thing is committed to the decision of one's opponent.
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2-3c; see also PERMISS article, supra note 29 (explaining: "the charge is made in 1/4 hour multiples unless a different minimum charge is negotiated .
61) PERMISS article, supra note 29 (asserting that excused absence normally addresses individual cases).
64) The PERMISS guidance implies that other uses can exist.