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Most of regulations are given by the Cabinet, but the President may give regulations concerning national security.
Most of the regulations on business were ended about 1975 – 85, except for the regulation of Wall Street by the Securities and Exchange Commission, which still exists.
Most Canadian provinces have regulations limiting the size of clearcuts, although some older clearcuts can range upwards of in size which were cut over several years.
Most countries have additional regulations to control which parts of each band are available for civilian or military use.
Most viewers in Canada have access to at least one U. S. Fox affiliate, although most of Fox's primetime programming ( as well as NFL on Fox ) is subject to Canadian simultaneous substitution regulations.
Most of Ward's works deal with the issue of rural housing and the problems of overpopulation and planning regulations in Britain to which he proposed anarchistic solutions.
Most other countries have their own regulations and list of food colors which can be used in various applications, including maximum daily intake limits.
Most nations have regulations pertaining to the production of dried meat products.
Most non-commercial stations, like the BBC, were required by national regulations to promote local talent, and were also limited in the amount of needle time given to recorded popular music.
Most have regulations concerning education and practice.
Most media ownership regulations were eased, and the cap on radio station ownership was eliminated.
Most petroleum refineries, chemical and petrochemical plants have onsite facilities to treat their wastewaters so that the pollutant concentrations in the treated wastewater comply with the local and / or national regulations regarding disposal of wastewaters into community treatment plants or into rivers, lakes or oceans.
Most blended whiskeys do not list an age, although the regulations governing its production in some countries specify a minimum aging requirement.
Most industrialized jurisdictions have enacted laws and regulations that detail the steps that prospective owners ( public or private ) must undertake if they wish to take over a publicly traded corporation.
Most of the laws and regulations of the old TULPS of 1931 were kept in force by the Republic of Italy, and the same former boss of OVRA Guido Leto was later reinstated as a fully fledged national Police officer, and entrusted with the supervision and coordination of Police academies in postwar Italy.
Most authorities have local rules and regulations that the amount of water moved between different waters ( in for example a boat ) is minimised.
Most of those, thanks to housing regulations and few elevators, were five stories high, built around a courtyard which could be reached from the street through a corridor large enough to take a horse and cart or small trucks used to deliver coal.
Most countries ' customs regulations permit the duty-free import of the contents of a vehicle's built-in fuel tank, but there are exceptions.
Most official regulations and control methods are based on high-performance liquid techniques ( e. g., HPLC ) through international bodies.
Most notably, the new regulations prohibit retailers from setting expiration dates unless they are at least 5 years after the card ’ s date of issue or the date on which funds were last added to the card.
Most philosophers would agree, however, that business activities ought to comport with legal regulations.
Most navies have since then instituted regulations that prohibit physical attacks on sailors undergoing the line-crossing ceremony.
Most companies will require users to familiarise themselves with any password policy, much in the same way a company would require employees to be aware of Health & Safety regulations, or building fire exits, however it is often difficult to ensure that the relevant policies are actually being followed.

Most and permit
Most had artificial horizons to permit taking a sight through a flush overhead window.
Most SLR cameras permit upright and laterally correct viewing through use of a roof pentaprism situated in the optical path between the reflex mirror and viewfinder.
Most licenses for software sold at retail disclaim ( as far as local laws permit ) any warranty on the performance of the software and limit liability for any damages to the purchase price of the software.
Most common law jurisdictions have now modified the law to permit anal sex between consenting adults.
Most notable among these were the open dormitory policy, the work permit policy, and the home visitation policy.
Most snake handling practices, therefore, take place in the homes of worshippers, which avoids the process of attempting to obtain a government permit for the church.
Most fossils of soft-tissue algae preserve only a flattened outline, without the microscopic features that permit the major groups of multicellular algae to be reliably distinguished.
Most, if not all, governments permit adjustments by the tax authority even where there is no intent to avoid or evade tax.
Most rules require that the tax authorities consider actual transactions between parties, and permit adjustment only to actual transactions.
Most species are multivoltine, capable of producing several generations a year if weather conditions permit.
Most manufacturers follow the waterfall model to coordinate the design product, but almost all explicitly permit earlier work to be revised.
Most theoretical explorations of advanced machines of this kind have focused on using carbon, because of the many strong bonds it can form, the many types of chemistry these bonds permit, and utility of these bonds in medical and mechanical applications.
Most countries have the rule that foreign citizens need to have their passport or occasionally a national identity card from their country available at any time if they do not have residence permit in the country.
Most inheritance tax treaties permit each county to tax domiciliaries of the other country on real property situated in the taxing country, property forming a part of a trade or business in the taxing country, tangible movable property situated in the taxing country at the time of transfer ( often excluding ships and aircraft operated internationally ), and certain other items.
Most treaties permit the estate or donor to claim certain deductions, exemptions, or credits in calculating the tax that might not otherwise be allowed to non-domiciliaries.
Most telephone companies permit up to two listings per 411 call.
Most businesses that operate or generate revenue on New York City parkland are considered concessions and must obtain a permit or license from the Revenue Division of Parks.
Most jurisdictions require or permit process to be served by a court official, such as a sheriff, marshal, constable or bailiff.
Most notably, several functions in the graphics infrastructure are under a non-free software license which does not permit redistribution without permission.
Most vendors permit the company to settle without prosecution though in serious cases, prosecutions certainly occur.
Most feedlots require some type of governmental permit and must have plans in place to deal with the large amount of waste that is generated.
Most typically a caravanserai was a building with a square or rectangular walled exterior, with a single portal wide enough to permit large or heavily laden beasts such as camels to enter.
Most developed countries permit the trading of derivative products ( like futures and options on futures ) on their exchanges.

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