as late as reasonably achievable
as low as reasonably achievable
Historical Examples

Buddha, to whom the past is known, had already seen that alara was dead.
The Life or Legend of Gaudama Right Reverend Paul Ambroise Bigandet

In batches of six, Crittenden and his fifty brave surviving comrades were shot beneath the walls of the fortress of alara.
Cuba Arthur D. Hall

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