Money and debt are created today well out of sight of any regulator.
After that, he said, “you can worry about whether or not a regulator did his job at the height of the crisis.”
They were the fault of the lender, the borrower, and the regulator.
Only the FAA has mandatory authority as a regulator of U.S. airlines.
The station is already serving two five-year license probations after serious breaches of the Australian regulator's code.
Could an ordinary watch be turned into a sidereal watch by moving the regulator?
Work thus became the great law, the regulator of the living universe.
She thrust back the regulator, and put an end to Fenwick's excruciations.
He insisted on taking back the watch, which ever after he used as a regulator.
Start your plant, and let it run for a few days or a few weeks without a governor, or regulator.
1650s, agent noun in Latin form from regulate. In English history, from 1680s; in American history, from 1767, applied to local posses that kept order (or disturbed it) in rural regions. As a mechanical device or clock used to set the time of other pieces, from 1758.