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rewrite rule

n
(Linguistics) generative grammar another name for phrase-structure rule
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Just rewrite rules #EngvNZL #ICCWC2019 #icccwcfinal" another tweeted.
Landlords are rethinking their business plans as the city moves to rewrite rules regarding New York rent laws.
DETROIT -- The Trump administration's Environmental Protection Agency is proposing to rewrite rules that limit pollution from heavy trucks but that the EPA says slow the economy.
A federal banking regulator is considering a move to rewrite rules related to lending to low-income customers, Reuters has reported.
Summary: This digital process will rewrite rules of engagement in much the same way as internet
EPA noted in the proposed repeal the previous administration's estimates and analysis of cost and benefits of the rule were "highly uncertain and/or controversial" in many areas, Repealing the plan would save $33 billion in compliance costs by 2030 and "facilitate the development of US, energy resources and reduce unnecessary regulatory burdens associated with the development of those resources," according to EPA's analysis, This is consistent with President Trump's Executive Order Promoting Energy Independence and Economic Growth that instructed EPA to rewrite rules limiting carbon from new and existing power plants.
Among them, the agency withdrew a proposed ban on chlorpyrifos, a pesticide linked to neurological damage; announced plans to rewrite rules requiring utility operations to cut toxic heavy metals levels in wastewater; and is working to dismantle and replace rules under the greenhouse gas-reducing Clean Power Plan.
* R a set of labelled rewrite rules. These rules are of the form: t [right arrow] t' (unconditional rewriting rules) or t [right arrow] t' if condition (conditional rewriting rules).
Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch, she was an outspoken agency critic who made deep cuts in the agency and invited regulated industries to rewrite rules to their liking .
Possible rewrite rules would be the one that transforms a dollar into four quarters, the one that transforms a dollar into a chocolate and one quarter, or the one that transforms two quarters into an apple.