American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Artaxerxes II Died 359 B.C. King of Persia (404-359) whose reign was marked by many rebellions and by a peace agreement with Sparta (386).
“And the basis of all consensual laws (as opposed to imposed) is the customary or informal rule-sets that have been evolving with the society.”
“These rule-sets must be rationalized and formalized (and yes, modernized) as a part of creating a true nation, but laws cannot be imposed if one expects them to be observed.”
“He's right, but more precisely, we also failed to change another fundamental -- while we maintained high levels of wasteful defense spending, searching for monsters to destroy, our competitors took advantage of globalization and the economic rule-sets that we largely created, leaving us less in advantage.”
“RMT and Roleplay are rules; you have different rule-sets for different servers, and let people choose what ruleset they want to play by.”
“And the basis of all consensual laws as opposed to imposed is the customary or informal rule-sets that have been evolving with the society.”
“Black Swan 5GW is used to invalidate systems and rule-sets.”
“The more Iraqis come to understand the incentives generated by positive rule-sets, the more likely positive orders will emerge.”
“With their byzantine key commands, obtuse rule-sets and dynamic simulations of everything from water physics to social networks, Johnson argued, video games require so much cognitive activity that they turn us into Baby Einsteins -- not dull robots.”
“All forms of Fantasy should have self-consistent rule-sets that are generally analogous to our normal physical rules, however simple or complex they may be.”
“Post-apolyptic SF can be _very_ simple in terms of available rule-sets i.e., basic chemistry, artifacts, etc..., and I'm still a big fan of Fallout and the like.”
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