lawless

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İngilizce - Türkçe
vahşi
serkeş
başıbozuk
kontrolsüz
yasadışı
{s} kanunların hükmü geçmeyen (yer)
{s} kanunsuz, yasalara aykırı
{s} kanunsuz
{s} yolsuz
{s} kanunları hiçe sayan
kanunlara aykırı
kanun tanımazlık
vahşi/yasası olmayan
serkeşçe
lawlessness kanunsuzluk
lawlessly kanun tanımayarak
{s} yasaya aykırı
law
(Hukuk) hukuk

O, üniversitede hukuk eğitimi alıyor. - He is studying law at the university.

Su yasası bir kaynak olarak suya sahip olma, kontrolü ve kullanımı ile ilgili hukuk alanıdır. - Water law is the field of law dealing with the ownership, control, and use of water as a resource.

law
kanun

Bu yeni kanunun, özgürlüğünü kısıtlayacağını hissediyor. - He feels this new law will restrict his freedom.

Yeni vergi kanunu boşluklarla dolu. - The new tax law is full of loopholes.

law
(Hukuk) yasa

Yeni yasa ada halkına zorla kabul ettirildi. - The new law was enforced on the people of the island.

Ceza hukuku, ceza yasası olarak da bilinen, bir suç olarak sınıflandırılmış olan bir hareket için takibat gerektirir. - Criminal law, also known as penal law, involves prosecution for an act that has been classified as a crime.

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(Kanun) hukuk kuralı
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(Kanun) objektif hukuk
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(Ticaret) yöntem
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fen bilimlerinde kanun
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kanun tanımazlık
law
{i} kural

Araba sürerken trafik kurallarına uymamız gerekiyor. - You should obey the traffic laws when you drive.

Her şey doğanın kurallarına tabidir. - Everything is subject to the laws of nature.

law
sakçı
lawlessness
kargaşa
lawlessness
düzensizlik
lawlessness
kanunsuzluk
law
hukukun
law
kanunu
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hukuku
lawlessness
hukuksuzluk
violent lawless behavior
şiddet kanunsuz davranış
law
zilyet
law
dava

Avukat davaya başvurmaya karar verdi. - The lawyer decided to appeal the case.

Daha deneyimli bir avukat, dava ile farklı bir şekilde ilgilenirdi. - A more experienced lawyer would have dealt with the case in a different way.

law
mahkûmiyet
law
sokaklarda emniyet
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yasal çözüm
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maznun
law
sabıkalı
law
zilyetlik
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vasi

Avukat benim vasiyetimi düzenledi. - The lawyer drew up my will.

Vasiyetim hakkında avukatımla istişarem var. - I had a consultation with a lawyer about my will.

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tazminat
law
(Avrupa Birliği) hukuk, yasa, kanun,mevzuat
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zanlı
law
the law hâkim veya avukatlar sınıfı
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ilke
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ibra
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gayrimenkul
law
polis law and order küçük suçlara karsı şiddet
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müddei
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zamanaşımı
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nizamname
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düstur
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nakız
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süreaşımı
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müvekkil

Avukat müvekkilinin masumiyeti konusunda ısrar etti - The lawyer insisted on the client's innocence.

Avukatın müthiş profesyonel yeteneği sayesinde çok sayıda müvekkili var. - Because of his great professional skill, the lawyer has a large number of clients.

lawlessly
yolsuz olarak
lawlessly
vahşi/yasasız şekilde
lawlessness
vahşilik/yasası olmama
lawlessness
{i} yolsuzluk
lawlessness
başsızlık
lawlessness
anarşi
Türkçe - Türkçe

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law
Mühür mumu
İngilizce - İngilizce
Prohibited by law; unlawful, illegal
Not restrained by the law or by discipline; unruly, disorderly
Not governed by any law
{a} contrary or not subject to law, disorderly
{s} not conforming to the law, illegal; anarchical, not ruled by the law; unrestrained, unruly
disobedient to or defiant of law; "lawless bands roaming the plains"
without law or control; "the system is economically inefficient and politically anarchic"
Not subject to, or restrained by, the law of morality or of society; as, lawless men or behavior
A lawless place or time is one where people do not respect the (Hukuk) lawless inner-city streets plagued by muggings, thefts, assaults and even murder. not obeying the law, or not controlled by the law   law-abiding
Not subject to the laws of nature; uncontrolled
Lawless actions break the law, especially in a wild and violent way. The government recognised there were problems in urban areas but these could never be an excuse for lawless behaviour. + lawlessness law·less·ness Lawlessness is a major problem
Contrary to, or unauthorized by, law; illegal; as, a lawless claim
lax in enforcing laws; "an open town"
disobedient to or defiant of law; "lawless bands roaming the plains
irregulous
Law
A topographic surname, perhaps originally meaning someone who lives near a burial mound
Law
A patronymic surname
Law
a conical hill
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A one-sided contract
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A statement that is true under specified conditions
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A written or understood rule that concerns behaviours and the appropriate consequences thereof. Laws are usually associated with mores

Do unto others as you wish them to do unto you is a good law to follow.

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a tumulus of stones
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The body of rules and standards issued by a government, or to be applied by courts and similar authorities

By law, one is not allowed to own a wallaby in New York City.

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a hill

You might climb the Law and behold the face of many counties. (Robert Louis Stevenson Across the Plains, 1892).

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One of the official rules of cricket as codified by the MCC
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The police

Here comes the law — run!.

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A category of English "common law" petitions that request monetary relief, as opposed to relief in forms other than a monetary judgment; compare to "equity"
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A well-established, observed physical characteristic or behavior of nature

Newton and Einstein understood the law of gravitation in very different ways.

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A particular such rule

A new law forbids driving on that road.

lawlessness
a lack of law and order; anarchy
lawlessness
defiance of the law; outlawry
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{n} a rule, order, judicial process, justice
lawlessly
{a} in a lawless manner
lawlessness
{n} a state of being without restraint
LAW
(Silahlar) Light Antitank Weapon
LAW
portable light anti-tank weapon made in United States
Law
an English topographic surname, perhaps originally meaning someone who lives near a burial mound
Law
an English surname
Law
a diminutive of Lawrence
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Law
a generic term which can refer to the Divine commandments (primarily the Decalogue), the Old Testament in general or, most specifically, the Torah
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genteel
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the Torah
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the force of policemen and officers; "the law came looking for him"
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If you say that someone is a law unto himself or herself, you mean that they behave in an independent way, ignoring laws, rules, or conventional ways of doing things. Some of the landowners were a law unto themselves. There was nobody to check their excesses and they exploited the people
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All the rules of conduct that have been approved by the government and which are in force over a certain territory and which must be obeyed by all persons on that territory (eg the "laws" of Australia) Violation of these rules could lead to government action such as imprisonment or fine, or private action such as a legal judgement against the offender obtained by the person injured by the action prohibited by law Synonymous to act or statute although in common usage, "law" refers not only to legislation or statutes but also to the body of unwritten law in those states which recognize common law
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An act of Congress that has been signed by the president or passed over his veto by Congress Public bills, when signed, become public laws, and are cited by the letters PL and a hyphenated number The digits before the hyphen correspond to the Congress, and the one or more digits after the hyphen refer to the numerical sequence in which the bills were signed by the president during that Congress
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Legal science; jurisprudence; the principles of equity; applied justice
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An exclamation of mild surprise
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administrative agency
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(uncountable) The police
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Rule of conduct determined by the people through their elected representatives, or by direct vote
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(uncountable) The body of rules and standards to be applied by courts and similar authorities
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Laws directly tell us how to behave (or not to behave) under various specific circumstances and prescribe remedies or punishments for individuals who do not comply with the law [2] From Webster's [3]: a binding custom or practice of a community: a rule of conduct or action prescribed or formally recognized as binding or enforced by a controlling authority Legal principles are often derived from ethical ones, but legal principles deal more with the practical regulation of morality, or behaviors and activities Additionally many legal principles deal with the inadequacies and imperfections in human nature, and the less than ideal behaviors of individuals or groups Legal practices are also affected more by historical precedent, matters of definition, issues related to detectability and enforceability and evolution of new circumstances than are ethical ones [2]
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A rule of conduct established and enforced by the authority, legislation, or custom of a given community, state, or nation
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Leave of Absence Without Pay An approved period of leave during which the employee is not paid, but does not terminate State service Any approved leave of absence of two pay periods or less is considered a Short Term LAW Any approved leave of absence more than two pay periods is considered a Long Term LAW
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The body of rules issued by the legislative authority
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If someone takes the law into their own hands, they punish someone or do something to put a situation right, instead of waiting for the police or the legal system to take action. The speeding motorist was pinned to the ground by angry locals who took the law into their own hands until police arrived
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The system of rules providing a basis for society to function harmoniously and efficiently In New South Wales there is both Statute Law and Common Law Leader of the Government: In the Legislative Assembly, the Premier; in the Legislative Council, a Government Member, elected to manage proceedings on behalf of the Government Leader of the House: A person appointed from the government party or parties, to organise and arrange the proceedings of the House Leader of the Opposition: A Member elected by the Opposition to lead them and to 'shadow' the Premier
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a generalization that describes recurring facts or events in nature; "the laws of thermodynamics"
law
rules and principles of conduct promulgated by the legislature, court decisions, or local customs
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Genus: A rule Differentia: Pre-defined, specifying the permissible actions of men Link: Article
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the learned profession that is mastered by graduate study in a law school and that is responsible for the judicial system; "he studied law at Yale" a rule or body of rules of conduct inherent in human nature and essential to or binding upon human society a generalization that describes recurring facts or events in nature; "the laws of thermodynamics" legal document setting forth rules governing a particular kind of activity; "there is a law against kidnapping" the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order
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The law is a system of rules that a society or government develops in order to deal with crime, business agreements, and social relationships. You can also use the law to refer to the people who work in this system. Obscene and threatening phone calls are against the law They are seeking permission to begin criminal proceedings against him for breaking the law on financing political parties There must be changes in the law quickly to stop this sort of thing ever happening to anyone else The book analyses why women kill and how the law treats them
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A law is a natural process in which a particular event or thing always leads to a particular result. The laws of nature are absolute
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an act or bill which has become part of the legal code through passage by Congress and approval by the President (or via Congressional override)
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{i} rule enacted by a community or country; body of rules by which order and justice is maintained; study of laws, jurisprudence; legal profession; custom, principle, convention
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A law is one of the rules in a system of law which deals with a particular type of agreement, relationship, or crime. the country's liberal political asylum law The law was passed on a second vote
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In philosophy and physics: A rule of being, operation, or change, so certain and constant that it is conceived of as imposed by the will of God or by some controlling authority; as, the law of gravitation; the laws of motion; the law heredity; the laws of thought; the laws of cause and effect; law of self- preservation
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A rule established by authority, society, or custom
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Sod's law: see sod. Canadian-born British politician who served as Chancellor of the Exchequer (1916-1918) and prime minister (1922-1923). Scottish financier active in France, where he engaged in highly profitable speculation on the development of Louisiana. The investment scheme ultimately collapsed, and he fled the country in ruin (1720). Discipline and profession concerned with the customs, practices, and rules of conduct that are recognized as binding by the community. Enforcement of the body of rules is through a controlling authority, such as a group of elders, a regent, a court, or a judiciary. Comparative law is the study of the differences, similarities, and interrelationships of different systems of (Hukuk) Important areas in the study and practice of law include administrative law, antitrust law, business law, constitutional law, criminal law, environmental law, family law, health law, immigration law, intellectual property law, international law, labour law, maritime law, procedural law, property law, public interest law, tax law, trusts and estates, and torts. See also Anglo-Saxon law; canon law; civil law; common law; equity; Germanic law; Indian law; Islamic law (Sharah); Israeli law; Japanese law; jurisprudence; military law; Roman law; Scottish law; Soviet (Hukuk) administrative law Ampère's law Anglo Saxon law Anti Corn Law League antitrust law associative law Avogadro's law blue law Bode's law Bragg law business law mercantile law commercial law canon law Chinese law civil law common law common law marriage commutative law conservation law law of conservation Coulomb's law covering law model criminal law cuneiform law diminishing returns law of distributive law Egyptian law estate law fair trade law Falloux Law faunal succession law of Germanic law Greek law Gresham's law Hardy Weinberg law Hebraic law Indian law international law Israeli law Japanese law Jim Crow Law labour law law code law of cosines law of sines law report Law Andrew Bonar Law John maritime law admiralty law marriage law martial law mass action law of military law Montgomery of Alamein Bernard Law Montgomery 1st Viscount natural law Newton's law of gravitation Ohm's law Olmsted Frederick Law Pascal's law Poor Law procedural law Rhodian Sea Law right to work law Roman law Scottish law Sea Law of the Book of the Law Snell's law Soviet law transitive law Twelve Tables Law of the Weber's law Weber Fechner law Constitutional Laws of 1875 Corn Laws gas laws Indies Laws of the Kirchhoff's laws laws conflict of March Laws Newton's laws of motion Nürnberg Laws personal liberty laws thought laws of
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In general, a rule of being or of conduct, established by an authority able to enforce its will; a controlling regulation; the mode or order according to which an agent or a power acts
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A statement that describes a natural phenomenon; a principle
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Same as Lawe, v
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The Jewish or Mosaic code, and that part of Scripture where it is written, in distinction from the gospel; hence, also, the Old Testament
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Law is used to refer to a particular branch of the law, such as criminal law or company (Hukuk) He was a professor of criminal law at Harvard University law school Important questions of constitutional law were involved
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If you have to do something by law or if you are not allowed to do something by law, the law states that you have to do it or that you are not allowed to do it. By law all restaurants must display their prices outside
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or recognized, and enforced, by the controlling authority
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Any edict, decree, order, ordinance, statute, resolution, judicial, decision, usage, etc
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Body of recognized rules of conduct and order established and enforced by government
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The law of averages is the idea that something is sure to happen at some time, because of the number of times it generally happens or is expected to happen. On the law of averages we just can't go on losing
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the learned profession that is mastered by graduate study in a law school and that is responsible for the judicial system; "he studied law at Yale"
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The combination of those rules and principles of conduct promulgated by legislative authority, derived from court decisions and established by local custom
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Laws are rules that everyone in a country has to abide by
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  All the official rules and codes that govern citizens' actions, including the Constitution, statutory laws enacted by the Legislature, case laws established by court decisions, and administrative law as set forth by executive branch agencies
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Collectively, the whole body of rules relating to one subject, or emanating from one source; including usually the writings pertaining to them, and judicial proceedings under them; as, divine law; English law; Roman law; the law of real property; insurance law
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legal document setting forth rules governing a particular kind of activity; "there is a law against kidnapping"
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A term normally used in technology for an extreme form of theory that claims absolute predictability of cause and effect, as presented in formal scientific statements such as Newton's Laws of Gravitation Practical experience indicates that the only true law is that there are no absolute laws, since all events are infinitely interlinked in the total field, and all cause/effect chains are subject to infinite regress In practice, 'laws' are best understood as useful guidelines, describing probable performance to a high, but never absolute, degree of certainty
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a rule or body of rules of conduct inherent in human nature and essential to or binding upon human society
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A bill that has been passed by the legislature and signed by the executive
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Law or the law is all the professions which deal with advising people about the law, representing people in court, or giving decisions and punishments. A career in law is becoming increasingly attractive to young people Nearly 100 law firms are being referred to the Solicitors' Disciplinary Tribunal
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In mathematics: The rule according to which anything, as the change of value of a variable, or the value of the terms of a series, proceeds; mode or order of sequence
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A law is a scientific rule that someone has invented to explain a particular natural process. the law of gravity
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A law is a rule or set of rules for good behaviour which is considered right and important by the majority of people for moral, religious, or emotional reasons. inflexible moral laws. = code
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An organic rule, as a constitution or charter, establishing and defining the conditions of the existence of a state or other organized community
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Law is the study of systems of law and how laws work. He came to Oxford and studied law He holds a law degree from Bristol University. see also court of law, rule of law
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disapproval If you accuse someone of thinking they are above the law, you criticize them for thinking that they are so clever or important that they do not need to obey the (Hukuk) One opposition member of parliament accuses the government of wanting to be above the law
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In morals: The will of God as the rule for the disposition and conduct of all responsible beings toward him and toward each other; a rule of living, conformable to righteousness; the rule of action as obligatory on the conscience or moral nature
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The rules of construction, or of procedure, conforming to the conditions of success; a principle, maxim; or usage; as, the laws of poetry, of architecture, of courtesy, or of whist
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A rule made and carried out by a government
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A statement that summarizes the results observed in an experiment that is repeated many times by many different scientists A scientific law is widely accepted as true or as a fact
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The laws of an organization or activity are its rules, which are used to organize and control it. the laws of the Church of England Match officials should not tolerate such behaviour but instead enforce the laws of the game. = rule
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the branch of philosophy concerned with the law and the principles that lead courts to make the decisions they do
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the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order
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disapproval If you say that someone lays down the law, you are critical of them because they give other people orders and they think that they are always right. traditional parents, who believed in laying down the law for their offspring
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{f} litigate; sue, prosecute
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An act of Congress that has been signed by the President or passed over his veto by Congress Public bills, when signed, become public laws The digits before the number correspond to the Congress, and the one or more digits after the hyphen refer to the sequence in which the bills were signed by the president
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In arts, works, games, etc
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The final product of the legislative process It is the end result of the introduction of a bill, its passage by both houses, and its approval by the Governor (or the overriding of his/her veto by the legislature), and its recording by the Secretary of State
law
a rule or body of rules of conduct inherent in human nature and essential to or binding upon human society a generalization that describes recurring facts or events in nature; "the laws of thermodynamics"
lawlessly
in a lawless manner; illegally, against the law; without restraint
lawlessly
In a lawless manner. Without constraint by law or moral code
lawlessness
{i} lack of respect for the law; illegality; anarchy; wildness, unruliness, lack of restraint
lawlessness
a state of lawlessness and disorder (usually resulting from a failure of government)
lawlessness
illegality as a consequence of unlawful acts; defiance of the law
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