- place restrictions on
"curtail drinking in school"
- terminate or abbreviate before its intended or proper end or its full extent
"Personal freedom is curtailed in many countries"
- We can say that there's not a clear winner in terms of a policy to curtail medical expenses and benefits.
- This Directive should not curtail mutual assistance between particular Member States under bilateral or multilateral agreements or arrangements.
- The administrative department may decide to curtail the test at any time before this maximum number of failure tests has been reached.
- Underlying the definition of fair value is a presumption that an entity is a going concern without any intention or need to liquidate, to curtail materially the scale of its operations or to undertake a transaction on adverse terms.
- Therefore, even if were true, given the situation of overcapacity, that Alcoa would normally be able to obtain a competitive price, were it not for the market power of the electricity suppliers (who have an interest in keeping prices high, see recitals 121 and 99 respectively), the Commission considers that the preferential tariff is not the appropriate instrument to curtail such market power.
- By adopting Regulation (EEC) No 259/93, the Council has established rules to curtail and to control such movements designed, inter alia, to make the existing Community system for the supervision and control of waste movements comply with the requirements of the Basel Convention.
- If significant measures are taken to curtail the renewable energy sources in order to guarantee the security of the national electricity system and security of energy supply, Members States shall ensure that the responsible system operators report to the competent regulatory authority on those measures and indicate which corrective measures they intend to take in order to prevent inappropriate curtailments.
- Council Decision 93/98/EEC concerned the conclusion, on behalf of the Community, of the Basel Convention of 22 March 1989 on the control of transboundary movements of hazardous wastes and their disposal, to which the Community has been a Party since 1994. By adopting Regulation (EEC) No 259/93, the Council has established rules to curtail and to control such movements designed, inter alia, to make the existing Community system for the supervision and control of waste movements comply with the requirements of the Basel Convention.