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Adj.1.nonmandatory - not required by rule or law
optional - possible but not necessary; left to personal choice
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If the tribunal grants Calida's petition, he said, it would mean that the justices agree that 'even the failure to comply with a nonmandatory constitutional requirement is a ground for removing a sitting Chief Justice.
EPA) has established nonmandatory, secondary drinking water standards for 15 of these contaminants known as Secondary Maximum Contaminant Levels (SMCLs).
For example, the July 2016 change to nonmandatory 117 death reporting would be expected to lead to a decline in death reporting through this source; however, the contribution of this change to the proportion of expected deaths that were reported could not be determined.
Notes: a nonmandatory subcontractor pre-bid meeting will be held at 9:00am on tuesday, september 19, 2017.
However, this question was classified as nonmandatory after 1990 as part of a process of streamlining the Census questionnaire (U.
4%) including mandatory and nonmandatory substances in the same study period.
Coming from a technology angle, open banking means something very specific about APIs [application program interface] to me," said Birch, breaking this down into mandatory APIs, which banks have no choice about offering, and nonmandatory APIs, which is where they might gain some kind of advantage.
This response rate is in line with what is found in many other online, nonmandatory, and nonincentivized surveys (cf.
This great tension has dictated the possible methods of determining who is a class member in a nonmandatory class.
Studies show that courts have largely continued to sentence defendants within the prescribed Guidelines ranges, despite their nonmandatory nature.
Recommended elements are nonmandatory and are defined as clinically important and recommended as good practice, which should ideally be included in the report but which are not yet validated or regularly used in patient management.
70% of them gave reasons as nonmandatory of reporting ADR and undeveloped reporting culture, respectively.