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  • adv. In a regulatory way.


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  • Despite Bernanke's early role as Greenspan Jr. in perpetuating overly loose and regulatorily negligent monetary policy, he has to be given credit for helping to ensure that we avoided GD like financial follow ups to the initial crash.

    Waiting for Superman

  • The recreational fishery that uses the largess of the scientifically and regulatorily allowable annual take, in the name of recreation, save the few who harvest for subsistence, comprise less than 1% of the public, want exclusive access to the fishery, but this hardly seems to be in the best interest of of the fishery or the general public, does it?

    Striped Bass Are Gamefish

  • The politically fraught and regulatorily complex housing bill on its way through Congress right now wouldn't have the joint backing of the Democratic congressional majority and President Bush if the overall economic and housing situations weren't considered urgent.

    Economy Ain't Good,

  • JAYSON AHERN, CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION: Today, there's currently not a requirement, either statutorily or regulatorily, requiring everyone to have a document coming across the border.

    CNN Transcript Nov 6, 2007

  • JAYSON AHERN, CBP DEPUTY COMMISSIONER: Today there's currently not a requirement either statutorily or regulatorily requiring everyone to have a document coming across the border.

    CNN Transcript Nov 6, 2007

  • I don't have any clue about what we're going to do legally, regulatorily, technologically -- I don't have a clue.

    First Lady Remarks On The Millennium Project

  • This begs the questions: suppose someone incorrectly sets, intentionally or otherwise, any given Access Point, so as to create a technically feasible but regulatorily unsound link?

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • Consumer Financial Protection Agency that begins to take this huge shadow banking industry that we have, which is bank-like but not regulated as banks, and move it into the light, where sunlight is the best disinfectant, and move it into a place where its customers don't have to be its victims, and they can start to have some chance regulatorily.

    Democracy Now!

  • This is because the China Securities Regulatory Commission CSRC objects to such inspections as an infringement of its sovereignty, and it has refused to allow the PCAOB to conduct its regulatorily required inspections.

    Are U.S. Investors In China Stocks Playing Pin The Tail On The Donkey? - Russell Flannery - China Wealth - Forbes

  • Not only flush, but regulatorily extremely healthy.

    Berkshire's 70% Goldman Bonanza Explained - MarketBeat - WSJ


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