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bright line

n.
A clear line or point where one thing is distinguished from another; a line of demarcation.
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For too long, they've lived lavishly while their own people have suffered, and it's time we shine a bright line on this corruption," said Cotton.
Net neutrality is often defined by three tenets or bright line rules: that internet service providers cannot block access to any content, throttle or slow a connection, or offer paid prioritization to companies or services who are willing to pay for preferential treatment.
because we drew a very bright line at the NATO boundary," he said.
The Bright Line legislation also has a Main Home Exemption.
The concern," psychiatrist Allen Frances recently told CNN, "is that there will not be a clear, bright line in between a true Internet addiction and the rest of us, who are using it recreationally.
com/2013/ 05/irs-bright-lines; Nonprofit Blogger, The Bright Lines Project: Good Work, but It Needs Another Bright Line, Nonprofit L.
Like the late political philosopher Leo Strauss, Hazony draws a bright line between faith and reason.
Nunn's proposal establishes "bright line rules," Cameron said, "and bright line rules are always bad.
Put another way; (he Transaction Cost Regulations don't require capitalization for fees and costs incurred before the bright line date and are for non-inherently facilit.
Upends a half century of settled law, creates uncertainty and replaces a relatively clear bright line rule with one riddled with ambiguity;
In each chapter relevant Supreme Court rulings are reduced to procedural guidelines and bright line principles important to law enforcement officers.
These courts have interpreted and followed the prevailing bright line rule set forth from Robins Dry Dock to deny a plaintiff recovery for economic loss if that loss resulted from physical damage to property in which he had no proprietary interest.