Definitions for "REASONABLE"
In terms of reasonable adjustments, if a complaint were to be made against an employer, an employment tribunal would decide whether the adjustment being considered were reasonable or not.
Reasonable accommodation is adjustment to an academic environment that permits a qualified applicant or student with a disability to perform, without undue hardship to the institution.
accommodation / reasonable adjustment TThe Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission Act 1986 has scheduled to it a United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Disabled Persons (1978) which recognises that disabled persons are entitled to 'the right to any necessary treatment, rehabilitation, education, training and other services to develop their skills and capacities to the maximum. The DDA does not require action which would impose unjustifiable hardship on the university taking into account the impact on all concerned, the effect of the disability, financial circumstances and the cost. At UTS the concept of reasonable accommodation covers access to campuses, equipment and facilities, and the modification of courses and work environments to individual needs.
Keywords:  judgment, ojp, sane, diem, sensible
showing reason or sound judgment; "a sensible choice"; "a sensible person"
marked by sound judgment; "sane nuclear policy"
means those costs which a prudent person would have incurred under the circumstances prevailing at the time the decision to incur the cost was made. Costs to consider when making judgments about reasonableness include the cost of food and beverage, total cost of the event, and costs incurred relative to costs in the geographical area. The exception to this definition is lodging costs for events of 30 or more participants, when the event is funded with an OJP award. For these events, reasonable is defined as the Federal per diem rate for lodging.
Having the faculty of reason; endued with reason; rational; as, a reasonable being.
Governed by reason; being under the influence of reason; thinking, speaking or acting rationally, or according to the dictates of reason; agreeable to reason; just; rational; as, the measure must satisfy all reasonable men.
Accessible to the infection of our own opinions. Hospitable to persuasion, dissuasion and evasion.
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Not excessive or immoderate; within due limits; proper; as, a reasonable demand, amount, price.
not excessive or extreme; "a fairish income"; "reasonable prices"
Not extreme or excessive.
This term concerns standards in the US Treasury code governing compensation and expenses paid by foundations. One can imagine a more enjoyable morning than one spent facing an IRS auditor and having to come to consensus as to what constitutes "reasonable." Common ground is often sought by reviewing what is common practice in the foundation community, usually documented by surveys conducted by the Association of Small Foundations, the Council on Foundations and the Foundation Center.
Keywords:  tolerably
Reasonably; tolerably.
A reasonable risk level relative to the Index means that, if portfolio risk is substantially above the risk of the Index, portfolio return should also be substantially above the return of the Index. Conversely, if portfolio return is substantially less than the Index, then portfolio risk would also be expected to be less than that of the Index. Under normal market conditions, reasonable means a combination of risk and return that yields a Return to Risk Ratio for the portfolio that is equal to or greater than that of the Index which serves as the portfolio's performance benchmark.
means a level that an ordinary person would be expected to have, e.g. “reasonable care” means the level of care expected from a reasonable person
(adj.) a parallel model is said to be reasonable if the number of processors each processor can communicate with directly is bounded by a constant.
Keywords:  fair, people, price, reference, time
What would seem fair to most people. Used in reference to reasonable time, reasonable price.