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  • n. A book containing rules.


rule +‎ book (Wiktionary)


  • Having looked through the Green Ronin rulebook a while back, I have to say that as a product, the GoO version was far superior in terms of sheer size and also artwork.

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  • The rulebook is simple and I admire Kederan for that.

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  • I looked at the writers standing all around me and realized there was a lot more for me to learn than the laws that's how they refer to the rulebook of rugby.

  • But courtesy and confirmation Kabuki prevented her from outright discrediting Roberts 'claim that the strike zone of the rulebook is the same as the strike zone of live play.

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  • But perhaps the best example is the Senate's rulebook, which is rarely reformed, and so increasingly misused.

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  • "And in the rulebook, that is a verbal taunt," Crawford said.

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  • Senator Tom Udall, to review and change, by majority vote, "the Senate's rulebook, which is rarely reformed, and so increasingly misused," on the first day of a new Congress.

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  • New players will no doubt notice that at the back of the rulebook is a Ready Reckoner that attempts to assign points values to characters, and they may be tempted to use it.

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  • Sites are seeded in accordance to the rules of bidding (all of this is clearly established in the rulebook, which is available in the starter decks).

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  • You're taught, in fact, to call a rulebook strike zone and that the runner has to beat the ball to the bag in order to be called safe.



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