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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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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.
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weather permitting

Fig. if the weather allows it. Weather permitting, we will be there on time. The plane lands at midnight, weather permitting.
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— 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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6) Plans for everything from a backyard deck to an interstate highway are swept up in this permitting system, and there is no hope of moving forward on them without having the necessary agency permits in hand.
Waterfront permitting can also be dizzyingly complex on purely procedural grounds.
Factors that may significantly over-predict emissions may cause a source to meet the requirements of a more restrictive permitting program than is actually required.
If the case-by-case MACT requirement for a new emission unit cannot be avoided, then the foundry will face the challenge of identifying an appropriate level of control and convincing the permitting authority that it is in fact the maximum degree of control achieved in practice.
Hamilton Foundry's Charles Rentschler argued against the controversial air permitting program before a congressional subcommittee.
Under this section, the EPA establishes new permitting programs modeled after the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) for waste water discharge.
Sources should also anticipate greater delays in permitting new or modified sources of toxic air pollutants, especially once case-by-case MACT requirements kick in.