law

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Law

Law is a term which does not have a universally accepted definition, but one definition is that law is a system of rules and guidelines which are enforced through social institutions to govern behaviour. Laws can be made by legislatures through legislation (resulting in statutes), the executive through decrees and regulations, or judges through bi...
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LAW

light anti-tank weapon
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law

(from the article `science, philosophy of`) A second difficulty for Hempel`s account resulted from his candid admission that he was unable to offer a full analysis of the notion of a scientific ... Similar uncertainties affect recent discussions of scientific laws. As already noted, logical empiricism faced a difficult problem in distin...
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Law

(in Kant) 'Every formula which expresses the necessity of an action is called a law' (Kant). -- P. A.S.
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law

(law) a uniform or constant fact or principle. law of independent assortment see Mendel's laws. law of segregation see Mendel's laws.
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Law

(n) Law is the written Statute, ordinance, regulation, methods endorsed by the government or authority to regulate the governance of the land by deciding the rights and authorities of the people of the land
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law

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law

[n] - the collection of rules imposed by authority 2. [n] - legal document setting forth rules governing a particular kind of activity 3. [n] - a generalization that describes recurring facts or events in nature 4. [n] - a rule or body of rules of conduct inherent in human nature and essential to or binding upon human society 5. ...
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law

noun a generalization that describes recurring facts or events in nature; `the laws of thermodynamics`
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Law

(Switzerland) Canton with the capital Delémont in the French Switzerland, The vineyards cover only 9.5 hectares of vineyards. There is no official assignment to a wine region.
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Law

[principle] A law is a universal principle that describes the fundamental nature of something, the universal properties and the relationships between things, or a description that purports to explain these principles and relationships. == `Laws of nature` == For example, `physical laws` such as the `law of gravity` (which is in fact more a ...
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Law

[stochastic processes] In mathematics, the law of a stochastic process is the measure that the process induces on the collection of functions from the index set into the state space. The law encodes a lot of information about the process; in the case of a random walk, for example, the law is the probability distribution of the possible traj...
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Law

Law (la) noun [ Middle English lawe , laghe , Anglo-Saxon lagu , from the root of English lie : akin to Old Saxon lag , Icelandic lög , Swedish lag , Danish lov ; confer Latin lex , English legal . A law is that which i...
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Law

Law interj. [ Confer La .] An exclamation of mild surprise. [ Archaic or Low]
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Law

Law transitive verb Same as Lawe , transitive verb [ Obsolete]
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Law

1) Any system of regulations to govern the conduct of the people of an organization, community, society, or nation. 2) A statute, ordinance, or regulation enacted by the legislative branch of a government.
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law

A formulation of an ordered or predictable relationship between forms. Such laws can be diachronic or synchronic. An example of the former is Grimm's Law which states (simply) that Indo-European voiceless stops changed to corresponding fricatives at the beginning of Germanic. A synchronic law would be the devoicing of obstruents at the end of words...
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Law

A reasonable ordinance or command made and promulgated for the common good by the one who has charge of the society.
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Law

A rule established by authority, society, or custom.
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law

A scientific principle that invariably holds true under specificconditions, for instance, the law of magnetism states that likemagnetic poles repel one another, while opposite poles attract. ... See: hypothesis, theory. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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law

Body of rules and principles under which justice is administered or order enforced in a state or nation. In Western Europe there are two main systems: Roman law and English law. US law is a modified...
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law

Body of rules and principles under which justice is administered or order enforced in a state or nation. In Western Europe there are two main systems: Roman law and English law. US law is a modified form of English law. Roman law The legal system of ancient Rome is now the basis of civil law, one of the main European legal systems. It began und...
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Law

Cricket is governed by laws, not rules. The MCC's code of laws consists of 42 laws that govern the conduct of the game and the responsibilities of players and umpires. Special rules or playing conditions may apply to individual matches or competitions. You can access the Year 2000 MCC's Laws of Cricket by clicking here.
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law

Enforceable rules of conduct.
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