game law

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game law

n.
A regulation limiting the taking of a certain game animal, as in particular quantities and in particular seasons, in order to maintain populations of that animal at a certain level.
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Noun1.game law - a regulation intended to manage or preserve game animals
ordinance, regulation - an authoritative rule
law, jurisprudence - 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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A new hunting law is failing to address bird trapping, conservationists said on Wednesday, as they criticised authorities for not doing enough to tackle the problem.
At the same time, he stressed that it was necessary to develop a good compromise regarding the amendment of the Hunting Law.
Thankfully, the Government has withdrawn its proposal to amend English Fox Hunting Law for fear of losing the vote because Scottish MPs declared that they would oppose it.
The defendants will be prosecuted according to the Federal law on environmental protection and development and the wildlife hunting law in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
Themen will be chargedaccording to federal law on environmental protection and the wildlife hunting law in the emirate of Abu Dhabi.
The three accused will be tried under the federal law governing environment protection and the wildlife hunting law enforced in Abu Dhabi.
He also is scheduled to appear in Deschutes County Circuit Court next month for violating state hunting law after a state trooper found an illegally taken buck deer inside a vehicle in October.
M J HUSKISSON relies upon confusing your readership (Daily Post, Hunting law flaws no excuse to scrap it - March 13 2012) rather than properly explaining how this law came into being and the detrimental effects it now has on our wildlife.
Master of the hunt, Christine Gallagher, said despite changes to hunting law the day was still special.
The 24-year-old stripper stunned party-goers at the Three Horseshoes pub in Groesffordd, Brecon, by turning up in a copper's outfit last Saturday to 'arrest' Mr Foxley as a joke for breaking the new hunting law.
The level of anger and exasperation in the countryside has already boiled to the surface in the form of the Hunting Declaration -an independent initiative which commits signatories to breaking any hunting law and submitting themselves to the legal consequences.
For example, the Hunting LAW 80 can be tripod-mounted and remotely fired at armour up to 200 metres distant.