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- adj. Of or pertaining to regulation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Tending to regulate; regulative.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. restricting according to rules or principles
Sorry, no etymologies found.
"Of the roughly 30 fund managers at a conference I attended recently, more than 90% were not aware of the term 'regulatory AUM'," said Mr. de Montille.
Sen. Mark Warner, a Democrat from Virginia, proposes what he calls a regulatory "pay as you go" system.
As a result, what I call the regulatory chess game is stacked against the regulators.
So what this really means is that what's going on, on Capitol Hill, what we call regulatory reform ...
Internationally, you got solvency too out there and what they call regulatory modernization in the United States.
She promoted ideas for taming what she called a "regulatory behemoth," including requiring agencies to consider the costs and benefits of any new regulation before it is imposed.
Bard, which estimated the global prolapse mesh market at $175 million, saw its own pelvic prolapse business fall about 30 percent in 2010 due to what it called "regulatory delays" on product approvals.
Still, Republicans plan to make what they call regulatory overreach a 2012 campaign issue.
Three former CEOs of AIG will appear as the panel investigates what it calls the regulatory mistakes and financial excesses that preceded the AIG bailout decision.
MS. PERINO: What the Secretary mentioned was something that he outlined last spring, as I recall, or even in the winter, which he called the regulatory blueprint for how to move forward.