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Synonyms for regulating

the act of controlling or directing according to rule

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There are many laws regulating variation, some few of which can be dimly seen, and will be hereafter briefly mentioned.
It could emit, at will, a certain portion of the water, and it appears, therefore, probable that this fluid is taken in partly for the sake of regulating its specific gravity.
If we were always, indeed, getting our living, and regulating our lives according to the last and best mode we had learned, we should never be troubled with ennui.
He pointed to with-profits life policies, which "give rise to some very specific challenges in terms of how you go about regulating enterprises that sold those products and assessing how much capital they need to service their obligations under those policies.
Much of mainstream media's focus has been on regulating immigrant-owned "discount salons" that are portrayed as unhygienic, yet there has been virtually no mention of health risks to the 1.
Other herbs aid in regulating hormones by nourishing the endocrine glands that are responsible for ensuring the proper estrogen/progesterone balance.
Roger Loria, a professor of Microbiology and Immunology at Virginia Commonwealth University and a recognized leader in the field of immune regulating hormones.
Any injection-speed profile and/or holding-pressure profile can be attained by regulating the pressure on the injection pistons.
A recent study (36) has demonstrated that AhR plays an important role in regulating development of vascular structures in murine embryos through transcriptional regulation of as yet unidentified genes by the AhR.
Following the directive of a 1996 law, the Federal Communications Commission will stop regulating most cable TV services Wednesday.
Similarly, regulating P under RBRVS, taken alone, may not produce any savings (lowering growth in TC) unless one also regulates Q or, what is effectively the same thing, regulates TC.
Only a few states do a good job of regulating labs.
David Carruthers believes the only way for companies like his, which is publicly traded on the London Stock Exchange, to fully cleanup the industry and put users at ease is by regulating them in the U.
Even though most academic writing activities are assigned rather than self-initiated, academic writing like professional writing require self-regulation, a process whereby individuals set goals that they attempt to achieve by monitoring, regulating, and controlling their thoughts, feelings, and actions (Zimmerman, 2000).
The ABA Insurance Association, a unit of the American Bankers Association, said it would push draft legislation to create an optional federal charter for regulating national insurance companies.