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provision in Law topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishprovisionpro‧vi‧sion1 /prəˈvɪʒən/ ●●○ noun  1 [countable usually singular, uncountable]PROVIDE when you provide something that someone needs now or in the futureprovision of the provision of childcare facilitiesprovision for provision for people with disabilities He made provisions for his wife and his children in his will.2 provisions3 [countable]SCL a condition in an agreement or law The agreement includes a provision for each side to check the other side’s weapons.under the provisions of something Under the provisions of the Act, employers must supply safety equipment.
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provisionClinton repeatedly has supported the portability and access provisions.This can be dealt with by revaluing the asset annually using special indices of cost of capital and adjusting depreciation provisions accordingly.Nevertheless, our weekly bill for provisions alone came to 25 shillings, or half of our total income.These statements specify the educational and other provisions that are necessary to meet the pupil's particular needs.Various arguments have been put forward to suggest that specific statutory provisions have been entrenched.The question of the provision of patent information was investigated.In countries without adequate welfare provisions for the poor, unemployment may be very much more severe in its effects.made provisions forHe made provisions for his wife and children in his will.under the provisions of somethingBoth investigations were supervised by the P.C.A. under the provisions of section 89.The father quickly sought relief under the provisions of the Convention.