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rule

slang To be excellent or exceptionally great; to be the best. Man, this restaurant rules! Everything they make here is absolutely delicious. A: "Did you ever watch 'GoBots' as a kid?" B: "Oh yeah, that show ruled!"
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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?
See also: 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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The Service ruled the termination was inadvertent, and the corporation was allowed to retain S status.
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The IRS favorably ruled that the amounts placed in the irrevocable trust for the rabbi would not be included in the rabbi's taxable income until actually received by or otherwise made available to him.
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The Service ruled that the temporary conversion did not ternfinate the initial S election.
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The IRS ruled that the (1) partnership would be taxed as an S corporation and (2) transaction did not create a second class of stock.
2000), the Department ruled that an out-of-state furniture seller was liable for uncollected Virginia use tax on furniture deliveries that a common carrier made into the state, after the seller had voluntarily registered to collect Virginia sales and use tax during a previous audit.
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