Wright approved one of the wells after the operator agreed to bring it into compliance, according to the letter.
“I am very suspicious,” Staver, who works as an instructor on compliance with OSHA standards, told me afterward.
Peter Madoff, Bernie's brother, was in charge of compliance.
To be sure, the United States has yet to destroy its own stocks of chemical weapons in compliance with the treaty.
To say that a consignment is “in compliance” with packing regulations is a mere fig leaf.
I gathered that the snap indicated relief at my compliance, and that he had been afraid I might balk.
Only compliance with those laws will be ultimately successful.
At the end of this period all articles will be carefully reexamined for compliance with existing rules.
As in all tyrannical natures, his exactions grew upon her compliance.
This was allowed by the crown; with the understanding that he was still to insist on a compliance with his instructions.
compliance com·pli·ance (kəm-plī'əns)
A measure of the ease with which a structure or substance may be deformed, especially a measure of the ease with which a hollow organ may be distended.
The degree of constancy and accuracy with which a patient follows a prescribed regimen, as distinguished from adherence or maintenance.