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a code or set of codes governing action or procedure, for example

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But this is a question that, as it is said in the prescript of this essay, I have kept at the frontiers of this essay.
Rather in so far as human beings relate to a mythological universe shaped by orientations arising from their existential concerns, there is an enduring need for performative dramatics to provide prescripts for the paths experience may take.
Canon Law 285 with a triple clause prohibits clerics from entering into fields unbecoming to their state: As per Canon 285 (1) 'clerics are to refrain completely from all those things which are 'unbecoming' to their state, according to the prescripts of particular law.
The book provides a daunting prospect for Western economies, and also prescripts some possible ways so that these countries can try and escape this challenging quagmire.
Whatever the dominant ideas on the utility of the past, the military never stopped producing doctrines and prescripts essentially based on past examples (i.e., on military history).
The direction they give is what you'd expect with a fund that invests according to religious prescripts.
"However, the process of dumping coal in the sea has to comply and be consistent with the prescripts of the Integrated Coastal Management Act (IMC) and London Convention Protocol on Marine Environment Protection," the DEA said.
For example, environmental protests that act in relation with state environmental management prescripts (or lack thereof) or that emerge in relation to attempts to disappear or hold separate relational configurations within specific places are manifestations of, and manifest within, an already always happening environmental management.
NYC handles reports of dog attacks primarily through the city health department, which says that it follows the prescripts of the city's health code, (http://www.nyc.gov/html/doh/downloads/pdf/about/healthcode/health-code-article161.pdf) which defines a dangerous dog as one that "menaces, threatens, attacks or bites a person." Accordingly, the health department rarely investigates incidents of dog-on-dog violence, and doesn't keep track of the number of incidents where dogs attack other animals in the city.
He also issues prescripts, which pertain to the general regulation of Catholic schools; these prescripts are valid also for schools, which these religious direct, without prejudice, however, to their autonomy regarding the internal direction of their schools.
Notwithstanding that there are no regulatory prescripts regarding inspections, inspectors are appointed and have powers prescribed by sections 8 and 9 of the Hazardous Substances Act.
This involves translating the knowledge work of individuals into working knowledge - through the extraction, codification and digitalisation of knowledge into software prescripts that can be transmitted and manipulated by others, regardless of location.
Moreover, while such forms stand in contrast to White patriarchal assumptions about gender, gender roles, family and motherhood, self-defined mothering is not simply responsive to Western prescripts, but stands on its own.
Careful attention to cultural contexts may help us to avoid project derailment caused by violating social prescripts about which we are ignorant.
In the amendment, all prescripts relating to anaesthesia are now excluded and replaced by one relating to 'procedure'.