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(something) permitting

So long as the specific thing does not prevent or interfere with some activity or task mentioned elsewhere. We'll have the company in Foley's Park on Saturday, weather permitting. Time permitting, the presentation will also go over useful and nonintrusive ways to encourage client spending.
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allow me

Let me do it. This is a set phrase that typically precedes a polite action or gesture. "Allow me," my date said before opening my car door. Allow me—I'll open the wine bottle.
See also: allow

drain (something) off to (do something)

To cause a liquid to flow off or out of something in order to allow some particular action to occur. Drain some of that excess water off to free up some more space in the pot for the other ingredients. The doctor began draining off blood to relieve some pressure from the swollen arm..
See also: drain, off

drain off

1. To flow or move off of something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "drain" and "off." Now that we've fixed the gutters, the rain should drain off of our roof nicely.
2. To cause a liquid to flow or move off of something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "drain" and "off." Drain off some of that excess water to free up more space in the pot for the other ingredients.
See also: drain, off

permit (one) in(to something or some place)

To grant one permission to enter something or some place. Do not, under any circumstances, permit those inspectors into the building. The bouncer recognized out fake IDS and didn't permit us in.
See also: permit, something

permit (one) out (of something or some place)

To grant one permission to leave or exit something or some place. Do not permit any employees out of the building until they have been inspected for stolen goods. Because of the lockdown, no one is permitted out.
See also: out, permit, something

permit (one) through (something or some place)

To grant one permission to pass or travel something or some place. The CEO is being questioned by the FBI for not permitting investigators through the factory grounds. Her clearance has been verified—permit her through. I'm sorry, sir. No one is permitted through this border at the moment, regardless of their clearance level.
See also: permit, through

permit (one) up (something or some place)

To grant one permission ascend something. You shouldn't permit your children up such large, dangerous trees. I don't permit the dog up the stairs.
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permit me

Please allow me do something. This is a set phrase that typically precedes a polite action or gesture. "If you'll permit me, ma'am," the bellhop said, as he reached over to open the door for me.
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permit up to (something)

1. To grant one permission ascend to something or some place. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "permit" and "up to." I don't permit my children up to the attic. The CEO wouldn't permit investigators up to the top floor of the company's headquarters.
2. To allow for an amount not higher than some figure. Our license permits up to 150 people to be inside at one time. Each self-contained office in the complex permits up to six one-person desks. The new law permits up to 60% of earnings to be protected from income tax.
See also: permit, up

weather permitting

So long as the weather is good enough so as not to cancel, delay, or interfere with what is planned. We'll have the company in Foley's Park on Saturday, weather permitting. The latest update they gave us is that, weather permitting, we should arrive at the airport around 9 PM.
See also: permit, weather

allow me

 and permit me
Please let me help you. (*Typically said by someone politely assisting another person, as by opening a door or providing some personal service. In Allow me, the stress is usually on me. In Permit me, the stress is usually on -mit.) Tom and Jane approached the door. "Allow me," said Tom, grabbing the doorknob. "Permit me," said Fred, pulling out a gold-plated lighter and lighting Jane's cigarette.
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Could I join you?

 and (Do you) care if I join you?; (Do you) mind if I join you?
Will you permit me to sit with you? (An inquiry seeking permission to sit at someone's table or join someone else in some activity. Also used with can or may in place of could.) Tom came into the cafe and saw Fred and Sally sitting in a booth by the window. Coming up to them, Tom said, "Could I join you?"
See also: could, join

drain something off something

 and drain something off to cause or permit something
to flow from the surface or contents of something. Drain some of the broth off the chicken. Drain off the fat at the bottom of the pan.
See also: drain, off

permit someone into something

 and permit someone in
to allow someone to enter something or some place. They would not permit me in the dining room since I had no tie. They would not permit in that bunch of rowdy brats or any other of her friends.
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permit someone out (of something)

to allow someone to go out of something or some place. His mother won't permit him out of his room all weekend. I didn't do anything, but she won't permit me out!
See also: out, permit

permit someone through (something)

to allow someone to pass through something. Would you permit me through the door? I have to get into this building. Janet said she was in a hurry, but they wouldn't permit her through.
See also: permit, through

permit someone up (something)

to allow someone to come up something. She would not permit me up the ladder. I wanted to climb the ladder to be with Walter, but he wouldn't permit me up.
See also: permit, up

permit someone up to something

to allow someone to come up to something or some place. The teacher would not permit the smallest children up to the edge. They would not permit us up to the gate before our turn came.
See also: permit, up

weather permitting

Fig. if the weather allows it. Weather permitting, we will be there on time. The plane lands at midnight, weather permitting.
See also: permit, weather

will not hear of something

 and won't hear of something
will refuse to tolerate or permit something. You mustn't drive home alone. I will not hear of it. My parents won't hear of my staying out that late.
See also: hear, not, of, will

— permitting

if the specified thing does not prevent you from doing something.
1997 Classic Boat Time and weather permitting rudderless sailing is also taught, along with spinnaker and trapezing.
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allow ˈme

(spoken) used to offer help politely: ‘I’ll just take these bags upstairs.’ ‘Allow me.’
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into which permittees can pay, and it then uses the aggregated funds to
will cause the permittee to be fined not more than $5000, imprisoned not
In the typical transaction, a private organization approaches a permittee and offers to pay him the profit value of his permit if the permittee will "support an amendment to the applicable land use plan terminating grazing on the public lands covered by the permit." (179) An alternative method for buying out ranchers to remove cattle from public lands, offered by Donahue, (180) would feature ending grazing outright, and offering "deserving public-land ranchers transition payments, conservation easements or incentives, and/or purchase options." (181) These approaches, although possibly achieving the limited goal of stopping further range damage in some locations, do nothing to address either the bureaucratic waste problem or the proper allocation of actual use rights.
The permittee will be required to describe the organizational structure of the system.
While the models for the law and permittee venues (and their actors) explain 20 to 30 percent of the variation, many of the other models explain 10 percent or less.
HCPs, for example, typically require the permittee to preserve some habitat in exchange for an incidental take permit.(72) Recovery plans try, among other things, to preserve enough habitat to allow the FWS to de-list the species.(73)
Also, the departmental service charge and cleanup reimbursement requirements are textually tied to the activities of the permittee itself and does not purport to impose responsibility for the acts of others.(27)
* Propose to eliminate certain tolling notification requirements and toll NCE and LPFM broadcastconstruction deadlines without notification from the permittee, based on certain pleadings pending before,or actions taken by, the agency.
DENR Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO), led by its OIC Laudemir Salac, served the suspension order to Albert Altura, CEO of AWRSC and permittee of the Special Use Agreement for Protected Area (SAPA), and Johnny Tanis, plant manager of Masinloc Power Partners Company Limited (MPPCL).
the relevant signals suggest problems, or where a permittee violates the
The significant legal problem in projects similar to those described above is the permittee often has little to no idea as to whether the permittee is making an impact on an ARNI.
The study focused on 31 HCPs or related plans and included, at a minimum, interviews with the landowner developing the HCP (the permittee) and the Agency staff person responsible for negotiations.
Those regulations apply to the actual operators of the Antennas which may be tenants under a lease or a sublessee, sub-licensee or permittee of a tenant.
And then to impose penalties on the municipal permittee for the failure of any nonpoint source initiatives is egregious."