I have recently established a web site containing a summary of what actually will be done within the purview of our research.
As it is in occupied territory, CHEJS falls under the purview of the IDF, so the army appoints the members of the council.
From his purview, our visit and interest had brought excitement to him and his peers.
Clinton apparently made it clear that justice in a California courtroom was outside her purview.
Treaty compliance issues are the purview of the State Department.
Previous to 1902 clubs in England had not come within the purview of the licensing system.
So these also the Artist will have to keep within his purview.
We read there that much that must seem speculative to the layman can take its proper place only in the purview of the scientist.
Philo of Alexandria does not come within our purview as he was not medival.
Certain significant facts are within the purview of all but the very young and the comfortably blind.
mid-15c., "body of a statute," from Anglo-French purveuest "it is provided," or purveu que "provided that" (late 13c.), clauses that introduced statutes in old legal documents, from Anglo-French purveu, Old French porveu (Modern French pourvu) "provided," past participle of porveoir "to provide," from Latin providere "make ready" (see provide). Sense of "scope, extent" is first recorded 1788 in "Federalist" (Madison). Modern sense and spelling influenced by view (n.).