Others fear that giving them the force of regulation could be more harmful because they would become outdated quickly.
regulation often allows a company to meet very low minimums and be immediately considered reputable.
Not any new regulation, subsidy, or mandate, but any regulation, subsidy, or mandate at all.
A 1997 regulation required food products to be labeled if GM content could be detected in the final product.
He wanted an ideological bill, whose centerpiece is regulation and wealth redistribution, and he got it.
The character of the naval officers of the United States makes a regulation of this kind wholly unnecessary.
There is one feature of the regulation in question, however, that does pain us.
This regulation brings more of our activities into the daylight hours and so cuts down the use of artificial light.
He would like to say, however, that he strongly believed in regulation.
An enactment that slavery may or may not exist there, is a regulation respecting the territory.
regulation reg·u·la·tion (rěg'yə-lā'shən)
The act of regulating or the state of being regulated.
A principle, rule, or law designed to control or govern conduct.
A governmental order having the force of law.
The capacity of an embryo to continue normal development following injury to or alteration of a structure.
Laws through which governments can control privately owned businesses.