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Explanation: v'el ar'i der:
cik vien tas ir s'apr'at'igi piepild'ams(sasniedzams)
Defined by Judge Asquith in Edwards vs The National Coal Board:
'Reasonably Practicable' is a narrower term than 'Physically Possible', and seems to me to imply that computation must be made by the owner in which the quantum of risk is placed on one scale and the sacrifice involved in the measures necessary for averting the risk (whether in time, money or trouble) is placed in the other, and that if it be shown that there is a gross disproportion between them - the risk being insignificant in relation to the sacrifice - the defendants discharge the onus on them.