custom

  1. accepted or habitual practice
  2. a specific practice of long standing
  3. money collected under a tariff
  4. habitual patronage

Custom

An action figure that has been changed by the consumer in some way from its mass market counterparts, either to improve the existing figure or make another character all together.
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custom

[n] - a specific practice of long standing 2. [n] - habitual patronage 3. [n] - accepted or habitual practice
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Custom

An unwritten law that gained its validity through long use. General Custom (Common Law) - Unwritten law that has developed over the years based on the content of judicial decisions. This is in opposition to statute law; law enacted by Parliament. Particular Custom- The customs of a particular district that affect only members of that district.
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Custom

Cus'tom (kŭs'tŭm) noun [ Old French custume , costume , Anglo-Norman coustome , F. coutume , from (assumed) Late Latin consuetumen custom, habit, from Latin consuetudo , - dinis , from consuescere to accustom, verb inchoative from...
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Custom

Cus'tom transitive verb [ Confer Old French costumer . Confer Accustom .] 1. To make familiar; to accustom. [ Obsolete] Gray. 2. To supply with customers. [ Obsolete] Bacon.
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Custom

Cus'tom intransitive verb To have a custom. [ Obsolete] « On a bridge he custometh to fight. Spenser. »
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Custom

Cus'tom noun [ Old French coustume , French coutume , tax, i. e. , the usual tax. See 1st Custom .] 1. The customary toll, tax, or tribute. « Render, therefore, to all their dues: tribute to whom tribute is due; custom to whom custom . ...
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Custom

Cus'tom transitive verb To pay the customs of. [ Obsolete] Marlowe.
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custom

usage 1 usance noun accepted or habitual practice
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custom

noun a specific practice of long standing
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Custom

• (v. t.) To pay the customs of. • (n.) Frequent repetition of the same act; way of acting common to many; ordinary manner; habitual practice; usage; method of doing or living. • (v. i.) To have a custom. • (n.) Duties or tolls imposed by law on commodities, imported or exported. • (v. t.) To supply with customers. • (...
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custom

in English law, an ancient rule of law for a particular locality, as opposed to the common law of the country. It has its origin in the Anglo-Saxon ... [7 related articles]
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custom

A generally accepted practice or behaviour developed over time.
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custom

custom, habitual group pattern of behavior that is transmitted from one generation to another and is not biologically determined. Since societies are perpetually changing, no matter how slowly, all customs are basically impermanent. If short-lived, they are more properly called fashions. Customs for...
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Custom

A usage which had acquired the force of law. It is in fact, a lex loci which regulates all local or real property within its limits. A repugnancy which destroys it must be such as to show it never did exist. In Pennsylvania no customs have the force of law but those which prevail throughout the state.
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Custom

A LEGO creation or individual element that uses non-LEGO parts or modified parts, including decals, paint, or accessories from third-party vendors like BrickArms, BrickForge, and Big Ben Bricks. Contrast with Purist.
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Custom

[law] Custom in law is the established pattern of behavior that can be objectively verified within a particular social setting. A claim can be carried out in defense of `what has always been done and accepted by law.` Related is the idea of prescription; a right enjoyed through long custom rather than positive law. Customary law (also, cons...
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Custom

A long established tradition or usage that becomes customary law if it is (a) consistently and regularly observed and (b) recognized by those states observing it as a practice that they must follow.
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