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  • n. Plural form of bylaw.


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  • And they’ve given assurances — e.g. in bylaws — about how the rights will be used.

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  • Discussion was closed, the bylaws were approved without amendment.

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  • During all these years our cadres, militants and candidate members became aware that the bylaws are the fundamental law in party life.


  • The NCAA and NAIA have rules called "bylaws" that every current and prospective student-athlete must adhere to in order to be eligible.

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  • He called the bylaws regarding the new student-contact stipulation "extremely confusing and difficult to follow."

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  • "We are working on a comprehensive scheme to deal with graffiti in Glenorchy, and the bylaws are a vital part of that." | Top Stories

  • The bylaws were a condition Air Products said was necessary to continue with an offer to buy Airgas for $65.50 per share.

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  • In addition, we have new city bylaws think pass that restrict the content of people's signs and a large area of the downtown core, dictating that signs either be licensed or the content of the sign be celebratory, and celebratory is actually a defined term in the bylaws, which is a sign that increases the positive feelings or festive spirit around the Olympic games.

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  • For instance, one of the first items in the bylaws is the so-called, "Emergency Rehabilitation Plan," which deals with a team losing five or more players to death or disability.

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  • "Whether it's UBC or anybody else that will be coming forward on any of these lands, the bylaws are the same for everybody."

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