Noun(1) an exemption from some rule or obligation(2) a share that has been dispensed or distributed(3) the act of dispensing (giving out in portions
(1) He added that the people are feeling insecure during the rule of present dispensation .(2) As professionals, pharmacists should offer information on use and dispensation of medication, not their particular religious convictions.(3) Henry considered it seriously enough to get a papal bull giving him dispensation to bring the Irish into the Catholic fold.(4) The dispensation of the award for overtly political purposes is by no means unprecedented.(5) Ordained as a priest, he received papal dispensation to pursue a career as an itinerant scholar and teacher, attaching himself to elite households and powerful printing firms throughout Europe.(6) Under the neo-liberal dispensation , then, what many people seem to yearn for is a world in which they are treated not as consumers or as dispensable cogs in an indifferent machine but as citizens and as human beings.(7) The Ministry of Food even gave the railway special dispensation to operate its restaurant car without the requirement for food stamps.(8) She applied to the College for dispensation from the requirement to re-sit her failed assessments, on the grounds that she had been involved in a number of car accidents, and she was suffering financial hardship.(9) The negotiations for a new dispensation in South Africa that began in 1990 effectively brought an end to South Africa's policy of regional destabilization.(10) The point of the near-constant dispensation of lies, half-truths and irrelevancies is to create an atmosphere in which it becomes almost impossible to distinguish honesty from deception, fact from fantasy.(11) Clubs can apply for temporary dispensation of the League's rules in terms of having a 6,000 capacity or having 2,000 covered seats, as long as the club could guarantee the criteria would be met in the near future.(12) The Bible teaches that this is the age or dispensation of the Spirit.(13) First of all I have to seek dispensation for compliance with rule 41.2.(14) Already the President has cut back on his motorcade; so too has the Prime Minister; and this should just be the start of what should be a far more modest dispensation which is in keeping with the country's coffers.(15) Mr. Gibbings cautioned, however, that media associations and territories that remained disorganized in the new dispensation would be hard pressed to benefit from the free movement of labour.(16) The mistake committed was to audit books in terms of the old dispensation where cheque books were used for payments.
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2. administration ::
3. exemption ::
4. system ::
Different Formsdispensation, dispensations
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