to root out
destroy completely, as if down to the roots
"root out corruption"
to root out
pull up by or as if by the roots
- Root cause analysis must then be carried out on repetitive, quality failures, so that corrective action can be determined by the contracting parties.
- Motor Sich submitted documentation on 4 June 2009 stating that the company had carried out a root cause analysis and had drawn up corrective actions to resolve any safety deficiencies.
- Accordingly, the derogation set out in point A(d) of Part II of Annex IV to Regulation (EC) No 999/2001 concerning tuber and root crops should be extended to cover all feed materials of plant origin under certain conditions.
- If the liquidation period used by the credit institution in its day-to-day risk management process is longer than that set out in this Part for the type of transaction in question, the credit institution's volatility adjustments shall be scaled up in accordance with the square root of time formula set out in point 49.
- Credit institutions may use volatility adjustment numbers calculated according to shorter or longer liquidation periods, scaled up or down to the liquidation period set out in point 48 for the type of transaction in question, using the square root of time formula:
- As the hair removal process is by means of IPL technology and not by means of gripping the hair and plucking it out at the root with an electric motor involved in this process, classification under heading 8510 as a hair-removing appliance with self-contained electric motor is excluded (see the HS Explanatory Notes to heading 8510).
- Motor Sich submitted documentation on 4 June 2009 stating that the company had carried out a root cause analysis and had drawn up corrective actions to resolve any safety deficiencies. Its analysis and corrective actions were approved by the competent authorities of Ukraine.
- By virtue of the powers conferred on it under Article 10 of Regulation (EC) No 659/1999 of 22 March 1999 laying down detailed rules for the application of Article 93 of the EC Treaty, the Commission asked the French authorities to send it all the necessary information on the two conversion measures carried out. In particular, this was to include information concerning the number of wine-growers who had received national aid for planting areas under vines; the area concerned, broken down by soil type; the part of that area which was planted after grubbing; the part of that area recognised as suitable for producing quality wine psr; the intended use of the planted areas (wine grapes, table grapes, grapes for drying, nursery or parent vine for root-stocks, etc.); the varieties used; proof that the French authorities granted prior authorisation for the use of the aforesaid varieties; the development of production potential and all relevant information about the level of aid.