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Definition of Impermissible

Impermissible
Impermissible Im`per*mis"si*ble, a. Not permissible.

Meaning of Impermissible from wikipedia

- Outcrosses that are "impermissible" according to the TICA breed standard breeds include the Bengal and Maine Coon cats. These impermissible breeds can bring...
- The Ural Striped Maned pigeon is a breed of domestic pigeon, white in color, found prin****lly in the Ural region of Russia. Striped maned pigeons were...
- None Can be wholly political? Yes No (political activity cannot be majority of expenditures) Coordination with candidates? Impermissible Impermissible...
- accusation would constitute double jeopardy and is constitutionally impermissible. In 1992, President George H. W. Bush issued a memorandum to heads of...
- retaining corporate earnings on its balance sheet in a manner that is impermissible for mutual funds. Shares closed over $100,000 for the first time on...
- argument that the DMCA, as enforced in this case, would result in an impermissible restriction of free speech. The court agreed with 321 Studios that computer...
- United States v. Butler, 297 U.S. 1 (1936), was a U.S. Supreme Court case in which the Court held that the U.S. Congress's power to lay taxes is not limited...
- applications in the city, a restriction that was subsequently ruled impermissible by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) while grandfathering...
- broadly in their views of ****ion, from considering it completely impermissible (as in Roman Catholicism) to encouraging and refining it (as, for example...
- government s****s to control thought or to justify its laws for that impermissible end. The right to think is the beginning of freedom, and speech must...
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