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Synonyms for regulator

an official responsible for control and supervision of a particular activity or area of public interest

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a control that maintains a steady speed in a machine (as by controlling the supply of fuel)

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The industrial gas regulators is one where technologies, applications, and industries are constantly changing owing to which exports-imports tend to change as well.
A new Regulators Code will help shape a new partnership between regulators and the businesses and communities they serve.
The chairman said, 'I see no justification for having separate regulators for home loans.
Emerson Process Management, the leading supplier of pressure regulators and services for industrial and natural gas applications, has published Edition V of its Pressure Regulator Application Guides.
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Regulators should monitor and test implementation of the clearing banks' plans to satisfy the regulators' sound practices and implementation timelines for core clearing and settlement organizations as described in the Interagency Paper on Sound Practices to Strengthen the Resilience of the U.
GAO has long held the position that financial regulators can benefit from improved information sharing.
Heeding the pleas of residents, environmentalists and some businesses, state air-quality regulators committed Thursday to cuts for the Los Angeles region's biggest polluters - namely vehicle exhaust, diesel trucks, construction equipment and chemical consumer products.
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This industry-enabling IC contains four (4) linear Low Drop-Out (LDO) regulators, switching, monitoring, protection and control functions in a 20-lead wide-body Small Outline IC (SOIC) or space-saving, near-chip-scale, 20-pad 5 X 5 Quad Flat No-lead (QFN) package.
Investors, regulators and creditors have something in common: They want companies to provide more information more frequently.
But Europeans, who are understandably less concerned about the implications of European regulators passing judgment on American business combinations, know a different man.
If you're a CPA who audits financial institutions and this hasn't happened yet to you, it almost certainly will: Federal bank regulators examining the institution you're auditing ask to see a copy of your workpapers.
Providers and regulators take a more collaborative approach