For example, the State of New York requires ventilation in new buildings to meet generally accepted standards
but does not specify the standards.
Two, the conduct was outrageous and intolerable in that it offends against the generally accepted standards
of decency and morality.
Approximately 50 hospitals in the state advertise themselves as trauma centers, but, according to officials, about six actually have the specialized staff and facilities that meet generally accepted standards
such as those of the American College of Surgeons.
Stop by booth 1714 to learn more about OLP and their first mission - to establish generally accepted standards
and certifications in e-discovery.
Existing finishes shall be patched with matching material and cleaned; any and all discrepancies shall be reported immediately to the architect; all materials, assemblies, construction, and equipment, shall conform to applicable codes and regulations, and shall conform to generally accepted standards
set by trade organizations.
According to FDA acting director general Kenneth Hartigan Go, the FDA recognizes only hematopoietic (pertaining to the formation and development of blood cells) stem-cell transplantation, corneal resurfacing with limbal stem cells and skin regeneration with epidermal stem cells "as generally accepted standards
of healthcare procedures.
ISLAMABAD, January 29, 2012 (Balochistan Times): PEMRA taking serious notice of creeping unacceptable practices of moral policing by some TV channels has warned them to abstain from indulging in un-ethical journalistic practices whereby any act of the reporter, electronic media journalist, anchor or the TV channel as a whole be assumed in disconformities to generally accepted standards
of decency, morality and ethics.
The PEMRA believes in freedom of information and choice but it must be coupled with social responsibility, ethics and generally accepted standards
of decency and morality.
The presenter's interests had been given greater priority than the BBC's responsibility to avoid unwarranted infringements of privacy, minimise the risk of harm and offence and to maintain generally accepted standards
Ofcom did not consider that the content of the interview was so extreme that it breached generally accepted standards
We also found that the number of market conduct examiners differed widely among states and that there were no generally accepted standards
for training and certifying examiners.
Absent any generally accepted standards
for defining nonrecurring items, and with an increase in the number of companies reporting pro forma earnings, abuse in reporting has become common practice.