with regard to


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with regard to (someone or something)

In reference to someone or something; considering someone or something. With regard to that proposal, I think we should postpone it for now.
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with regard to someone or something

 and in regard to someone or something
concerning someone or something. What shall we do in regard to planning dinner? With regard to Bill, I think he is working too hard.
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Jesus' prohibition against saving money for the future (Matt 6:19, "Do not store up treasure on earth") has also been loosed with regard to many modern applications: Christians are permitted to save money for retirement or to pay for their children's education.
The church today may consider whether the Matthean understanding of binding and loosing can continue to inform its ethical deliberation with regard to current issues.
With regard to the assessment of counterparty creditworthiness, the guidance points out the need for policies and procedures that are tailored to the risk profiles of counterparties and for internal controls that ensure actual practices conform with these policies.