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the act of controlling or directing according to rule

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Mike Horowitz, district manager in Oakland's Cal/OSHA, says that he has gotten complaints from time to time about skin irritation and asthma, but that regulating the cosmetology business is complicated.
Regulating TC, of course, is what expenditure targets (ETs) were all about.
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.
The state stopped regulating businesses with 100 to 249 employees last year.
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.
planning, setting goals, monitoring one's comprehension, and regulating performance; alpha = .
The potential effectiveness of this project lays on the development of the self-regulation processes and on this prevention message to school community: we are not born self-regulated, we become self-regulated, that is, we can all be more task centered, by improving and regulating our behaviors which can lead us to achieve more and in a better way.
Nasdaq:HEPH) announced today that it is presenting new data this week on the potential role of immune regulating hormones (IRHs) in treating a variety of autoimmune and inflammatory conditions.
Nasdaq:HEPH) today announced results from a presentation given at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) meeting demonstrating positive results with investigational immune regulating hormones (IRHs) in preclinical models of radiation and chemotherapy-induced bone marrow suppression.
Nasdaq:HEPH) today announced the presentation of additional data relating to the molecular mechanism of action by which its immune regulating hormone IMMUNITIN(TM) (HE2000) may regulate the immune system back towards homeostasis when used in the treatment of a variety of disease conditions.
NASDAQ: HEPH) today announced results from an oral presentation given at the American Society of Hematology (ASH) meeting demonstrating positive results with investigational immune regulating hormones (IRHs) in models of radiation and chemotherapy-induced neutropenia.
In response to requests for confirmation that federal law preempts state laws regulating real estate lending, the OTS released Opinions P-2003-1, P-2003-2 and P-2003-5 confirming that federal law preempts the applicability of much of the relevant provisions of the Georgia Fair Lending Act (GFLA), the New York Predatory Lending Law (NY law) and the New Jersey Home Ownership Security Act of 2002 (NJ act) for federal savings associations and their operating subsidiaries.
Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit finding that video games are a constitutionally protected form of expression and that government cannot legally enact laws regulating the sale of violent video games to minors.