The European Union regulator said that the EU was ready to deviate from
global banking rules in order to help small lenders.
He concludes that, "judges are morally permitted to deviate from
the law in such cases, which arise in all realistic legal systems.
6, 2010 (TAP) - A program error caused a Russian Proton-M carrier rocket to deviate from
its course and lose a booster carrying three Glonass-M satellites, a source in the Russian space industry said on Monday.
Nisar has elucidated that Saudi Government will not force PML-N Chief Mian Nawaz Sharif to deviate from
the issue of Musharrafs trial under article-6.
Actually, the bad idea was control freak Juno's (Natalie Mendoza) decision to deviate from
the planned itinerary and explore a cave that isn't in the guidebook.
Below 50[degrees]C, the oxygen consumption results deviate from
It displays its difference blatantly, as if to emphasize how far an artist may deviate from
his or her signature (the appearance of his name notwithstanding) while remaining in full possession of it.
Documenting standardized procedures forces managers to think carefully before they deviate from
the process, minimizing a company's exposure to risk.
Even though Brazil's TP control mechanisms are based on transactional price and cost, they go far beyond economic reality and deviate from
the basic OECD and U.
The Inspector from IC Vision of Montreal memorizes the image of flawless parts and then will reject any parts that deviate from
the recorded sample.
Conflicting demands of different environmental elements represent other reasons why firms might deviate from
ideal strategies (Gresov 1989).
You want to force the offense to deviate from
their normal calls
However, if the firm is short sighted, it may unilaterally deviate from
the cooperative agreement, to take advantage of a one-period gain.
Conversely, an individual with weak attachments is assumed to be unconcerned about the wishes of others, and thereby inclined to deviate from
The temperature gradient created when sunlight strikes one edge of the mirror while the other edge remains in darkness -- a scenario occurring daily and lasting several hours -- temporarily causes the mirrors to deviate from
flatness by about 300 millionths of an inch, an error large enough to significantly dim the images of clouds, oceans and storms, Dezio says.