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fundamental law

the organic law of a state, especially its constitution.
1910-15 Unabridged
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  • But you couldn't transgress the hacker's fundamental law of software: source code must be freely available for further hacking.
  • Every student of physics learns this fundamental law.
  • In the process, they seem to have discovered a fundamental law that drives human agglomeration.
  • In which case one violates a fundamental law of logic, the law of non-contradiction.
  • To this fundamental law every other regulation is subordinate.
  • They find themselves incorporated into the fundamental law of nations.
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  • Under fundamental law the corners of the original survey are unchangeable.
  • But, in other respects, entire new vistas of fundamental law of which he was largely unaware have opened up.
  • As reflected by this section, the right to a jury trial is part of our fundamental law.
British Dictionary definitions for fundamental law

fundamental law

the law determining the constitution of the government of a state; organic law
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