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— rule(s), OK?

used to express your enthusiasm for a particular person or thing. informal, humorous
2000 Elle Here at ELLE we've always been big fans of Kerrigan's urban babewear, and this season…she really rocked. Daryl K rules, OK?
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rule

in. to dominate; to be the best. (Slang only in certain contexts. Typical in graffiti.) Pizza rules around here.
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And it is well for a people who do not- as the French did in 1813- salute according to all the rules of art, and, presenting the hilt of their rapier gracefully and politely, hand it to their magnanimous conqueror, but at the moment of trial, without asking what rules others have adopted in similar cases, simply and easily pick up the first cudgel that comes to hand and strike with it till the feeling of resentment and revenge in their soul yields to a feeling of contempt and compassion.
Kolreuter makes the rule universal; but then he cuts the knot, for in ten cases in which he found two forms, considered by most authors as distinct species, quite fertile together, he unhesitatingly ranks them as varieties.
1, 2006, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure amendments has focused on the impact of the rules on party discovery.
For example, the proposed regulations incorporate the expansive definition of "production" found in the uniform capitalization rules of section 263A.
Under the Rules of Evidence, to authenticate a photograph, a witness need only to say that the photograph accurately depicts the scene, object, or person.
The answer is that humans are more inclined to police and obey their own rules than they are the rules of an external power.
The OCC's Rules of Practice and Procedure set forth the requirements of an answer and the consequences of a failure to file an answer to a Notice.
Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has issued its final rule on the proper disposal of consumer report information and records under the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (FACTA) and the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).
The report issuance date is not clearly defined in the CBA rules (Rule Sec.
RESOLVED: That the Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board, with respect to its statements of federal accounting standards and concepts adopted and issued in March of 1993 and subsequently; in accordance with its rules of procedure, the memorandum of understanding and public notice designating the FASAB's standards and concepts as having substantial authoritative support, be, and hereby is, designated by the Council of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants as the body to establish financial accounting principles for federal governmental entities pursuant to rule 203.
1 under Rule 301, "Computer Processing of Clients' Returns," and new ethics rulings under Rule 102, "Integrity and Objectivity"; Rule 201, "General Standards"; and Rule 202, "Compliance With Standards.
The Rules of Practice and Procedure contain guidelines for various ITC investigations, including rules of general application, rules for increased import investigations (including global safeguard and bilateral safeguard investigations), rules for countervailing duty and antidumping investigations (including NAFTA Panel Reviews) and rules for investigations of infringement pertaining to patents, trademarks, copyrights or other unfair trade practices in import trade.
Rules are used in many applications, but especially those that determine eligibility or ensure compliance.
EPA promulgated the final rule for secondary aluminum maximum achievable control technology (MACT) requirements in March 2000, following an extended period of emission testing and regulatory development with the Aluminum Association and its members.