well-regulated

well-regulated

adj (well regulated when postpositive)
(of a business, military outfit, routine, etc) controlled or supervised to conform to rules, regulations, tradition, etc: a well-regulated militia.
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"Yes, of course," said Marilla, as if getting boys from orphan asylums in Nova Scotia were part of the usual spring work on any well-regulated Avonlea farm instead of being an unheard of innovation.
A well-regulated industry will provide significant future growth opportunities and generate strong borrower demand for these remaining platforms.
Wet nursing evolved into a well-regulated profession, with laws and contracts that governed its practice, including a requirement for completion of a medical examination before being registered.
A well-regulated market economy needs pro-competition policies to prevent unfair costs for consumers and monopoly abuse.
As a financial services regulator, the FSRA has to maintain a transparent and well-regulated platform to ensure the robustness and integrity of the marketplace.
SportPesa CEO Ronald Karauri echoed Matiang'i's sentiments saying, 'A well-regulated industry that adopts best practice is good for government, operators, citizens and all stakeholders."
I was amazed by the negativity the proposed regulations generated despite the obvious need for a well-regulated food industry.
At least tourists are well-regulated but it's not like that for animals,' Lachica said.
Its board also approved a proposal to expand the offer-for-sale mechanism for reduction of stake in listed companies and relaxed clubbing of investment limit norms for well-regulated foreign investors.
'Furthermore, the bond offerings detailed in the indictment were undertaken openly and lawfully between experienced, well-regulated financial institutions and government entities,' Benjamin Haslem, co-CEO of the Wells Haslem Mayhew Strategic Public Affairs, said in the statement that was also posted on Low's website.
Dr Holmes, course director of the Law and Medicine series, said: "Just as is the case with conventional healthcare services, it is vitally important that complementary medicine services and products are well-regulated through education, training programmes and collaborative efforts among all healthcare practitioners from both the conventional and CAM communities." A number of practitioners of complementary medicine also presented their own perspectives of their practice and the licensure efforts underway of their professions.
The initiatives are said to be in line with the department's efforts to contribute to sustaining a well-regulated and transparent investment environment that provides necessary protection for all parties and safeguard their rights.