Prescriptive

Water rights which are acquired by diverting water and putting it to use in accordance with specified procedures; e.g. filing a request with a state agency to use unused water in a stream, river, or lake.
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prescriptive

[adj] - (grammar) giving directives or rules
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Prescriptive

Pre¬∑scrip'tive adjective [ Latin praescriptivus of a demurrer or legal exception.] (Law) Consisting in, or acquired by, immemorial or long-continued use and enjoyment; as, a prescriptive right of title; pleading the continuance and authority of long custom. « The right to be
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/webster/P/154

prescriptive

normative adjective pertaining to giving directives or rules; `prescriptive grammar is concerned with norms of or rules for correct usage`
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Prescriptive

• (a.) Consisting in, or acquired by, immemorial or long-continued use and enjoyment; as, a prescriptive right of title; pleading the continuance and authority of long custom.
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prescriptive

prescriptive 1. Establishing or adhering to rules and regulations. 2. Based on legal prescription. 3. Based on or authorized by long-standing custom.
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prescriptive

A code where the requirements are expressed as rigid rules or predetermined solutions
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