nonregulation

nonregulation

(ˌnɒnˌrɛɡjʊˈleɪʃən)
adj
not regulation, not conforming to accepted standards
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Jeffrey Dean Morgan maintained his hitting streak as "The Walking Dead" returned in February with him back as arch-villain Negan, a grinning, swaggering brute whose nonregulation barbed-wire-wrapped baseball bat named Lucille scored one hit after another against Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and the good guys.
The norm of Anvisa focuses on the quality of final products and not on that of suppliers, what makes final products manufacturers responsible for this control due to the low quality of products and the sector's nonregulation.
1335 (1999) (discussing benefits and costs of mandatory regulation of disclosures, nonregulation, and issuer choice regimes).
11) Most strikingly, Montesquieu directly equated the absence of "Fundamental Law" with nonregulation of succession and asserted that Peter's 1722 Law "was the cause of a thousand revolutions.
DUNHAM, UNDERSTANDING POLICE USE OF Force (2004) (discussing the transition from nonregulation to internal control/self-regulation, and the relationship each has on abuse of force by police); see also Geoffrey P.
Figure 1 shows a CWS inspector from the Boston procurement district wearing nonregulation "C.
1984) ("We are in no position to adjudicate the relative importance of antitrust regulation or nonregulation to the United States and the United Kingdom.
growth and development of the Internet by nonregulation,
While they might seem to transfer most of the political tension inherent in creating such guidelines to the committee, they remove the option of nonregulation.
States also influence skills through support for various kinds of technologies that can replace or control workers, as well as through the regulation or nonregulation of professional practices.
She didn't realize I had two O-5s, an O-4, and an O-3 staring at me while I tried to get some convoluted, nonregulation blessing to fly on a night we shouldn't be flying.
Although the virtues of limited government often are expounded as part of the individualist account, it often is forgotten that the primary beneficiaries of nonregulation are corporations.