setting rule

setting rule

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printing a metal strip used in the hand-setting of type in a composing stick to separate the line being set from the previous one
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The FDA has put at stake the accountability and credibility of state legislatures in this precedent setting rule making.
The Civil Procedure Rule Committee, responsible for setting rules on legal costs, will urgently review the costs of holiday claims.
One way to do that is by setting rules for ourselves.
Summary: As a part of State budget 2011, approved yesterday, Rada clarified oil auction price setting rules.
Read the Legislative Budget Board letter setting rules for the grants:
With proven strategies that work to maintain control and deliver the best educational experience possible, "Teaching Your First College Class" tackles all of the essentials: time management, grading, setting rules with the students, discipline, and more.
The time has come for New Labour to protect the interests of decent, unselfish taxpayers by setting rules to ensure fair play.
But her aides acknowledged that a government bureaucracy would be charged with setting rules similar to those currently dictated by private insurance companies.
The WTO is the only international organization that stands any chance of evolving into an institution of global governance, setting rules not only for how countries will trade and invest with one another, but also for how they will deal with issues like labor standards and the environment.
The European Union, the United States and other top steel-producing nations agreed in Paris during their October 8 to 10 meeting on steel subsidies to speed up their talks on producing a global pact aimed at setting rules on subsidies.