incompliance


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in·com·pli·ant

 (ĭn′kəm-plī′ənt)
adj.
Not willing to comply.

in′com·pli′ance, in′com·pli′an·cy n.
in′com·pli′ant·ly adv.
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'Based on the conditions set on the renewal of Lynas' licence by the Atomic Energy Licensing Board (AELB) yesterday, it is now obvious that AELB has kept a blind eye to Lynas' incompliance with regulations and licensing conditions all these years,' Wong said in a statement.
Additionally, the Group and Company results were adversely impacted due to significant impairment losses on trade and hire purchase receivables, provisioning incompliance with the new SLFRS standard.
The senior cleric noted that according to paragraphs 26 and 36 of the JCPOA, each of the parties is allowed to reduce commitments due to other parties' incompliance.
The result is that we can expect more of the same from data privacy regulators: more fines, harsher penalties and further efforts to expose incompliance.
Further discussions included incompliance with the waterway traffic law, overloading, as well as operating without a licence.
It was demonstrated in a study including patients with breast cancer that psychosocial incompliance and psychological morbidity were higher in the group with lymphedema compared to those without lymphedema, which was not related to the size of the swelling.
However, factors such as significant product recalls owing to incompliance with FDA framework remain potential challenges for the growth trajectory.
Some 20 million people in Yemen Au 70 per cent of the population Au are struggling to meet their daily food needs, making this latest Houthi incompliance a blow to improving Yemeni lives.
It is noted among all insulin-treated type 2 diabetic patients who had regular monthly doctor's visits during the last two years, only nine patients were excluded from the study due to no interest in this activity (n=6) or incompliance with the study (n=3).
Incompliance to varying and contradictory morality among nations and countries is supposedly the standard of immorality, likewise.
Additionally, incompliance to the regulation will impose the organizations with a penalty of e1/4 20 Mn or 4% of annual turnover, whichever is greater.