Regulation

Laws limiting the behaviour of consumers and producers.
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Regulation

As related to population dynamics, the control of population density. Also, a process that controls the rates of synthesis of proteins. Induction and repression are examples of regulation.
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regulation

[adj] - prescribed by or according to regulation 2. [n] - the state of being controlled or governed 3. [n] - (embryology) the ability of an early embryo to continue normal development after its structure has been somehow damaged or altered 4. [n] - an authoritative rule 5. [n] - the act of bringing to uniformity 6. [n] -
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Regulation

A statutory device approved by Parliament made under a general provision in an Act of Parliament, sometimes called delegated or subordinate legislation. Regulations often identify specific risks and set out specific action that must be taken. Regulations often contain absolute legal standards not qualified by the term reasonably practicable. See Eu
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Regulation

1. The control of power converter output voltage(s). 2. Changes in output voltage due to changes in input supply or load. See Line regulation, Load regulation
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Regulation

see Population regulation.
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Regulation

Reg`u·la'tion noun 1. The act of regulating, or the state of being regulated. « The temper and regulation of our own minds.» Macaulay. 2. A rule or order prescribed for management or government; prescription; a regulating principle; a governing direction; p
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regulation

1. <biology> The adaption of form or behaviour of an organism to changed conditions. ... 2. <embryology> The power of a pregastrula stage to form a whole embryo from a part. ... Origin: L. Regula = rule ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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regulation

adjective prescribed by or according to regulation; `regulation army equipment`
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regulation

regulating noun the act of controlling or directing according to rule; `fiscal regulations are in the hands of politicians`
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regulation

ordinance noun an authoritative rule
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regulation

noun (embryology) the ability of an early embryo to continue normal development after its structure has been somehow damaged or altered
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regulation

noun the state of being controlled or governed
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regulation

regularisation noun the act of bringing to uniformity; making regular
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regulation

(reg″u-la´shәn) the act of adjusting or state of being adjusted to a certain standard. in biology, the adaptation of form or behavior of an organism to changed conditions. the power to form a whole embryo from stages before the gastrula. the biochemical mechanisms that con...
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Regulation

• (n.) A rule or order prescribed for management or government; prescription; a regulating principle; a governing direction; precept; law; as, the regulations of a society or a school. • (n.) The act of regulating, or the state of being regulated.
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regulation

(from the article `Business Overview`) The tobacco industry contended with many of 2007`s major trends—consolidation and regulation. As the U.S. Congress edged toward granting the FDA the ... ...somewhat similar histories. The lack of consensus regarding who may drink, how much of what may be drunk, and where and when and with whom...
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regulation

(L. regula rule) 1. in biology, the adaption of form or behaviour of an organism to changed conditions. 2. the power of a pregastrula stage to form a whole embryo from a part.
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Regulation

Any government effort to influence the performance of the economy or the behavior of economic agents, especially firms, within it. Conflicts sometimes arise between domestic regulations and international commerce or commitments.
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Regulation

See "Voltage Regulation".
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Regulation

The percentage difference between a secondary winding
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Regulation

[European Union] A regulation is a legislative act of the European Union that becomes immediately enforceable as law in all member states simultaneously. Regulations can be distinguished from directives which, at least in principle, need to be transposed into national law. Regulations can be adopted by means of a variety of legislative proc
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Regulation

Regulation is administrative legislation that constitutes or constrains rights and allocates responsibilities. It can be distinguished from primary legislation (by Parliament or elected legislative body) on the one hand and judge-made law on the other. Regulation can take many forms: legal restrictions promulgated by a government authority, self-r
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regulation

  1. an authoritative rule
  2. a principle or condition that customarily governs behavior

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regulation

The establishment of a framework of rules that a corporation must follow in order to do business in a country. Most countries establish a regulatory framework to govern the operations of financial institutions in order to foster the stability of the financial sector and to protect consumers of financial services. [Supervision is part of regulation]
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