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Synonyms for regulate

Synonyms for regulate

to keep the mechanical operation of (a device) within proper parameters

to alter for proper functioning

Synonyms for regulate

fix or adjust the time, amount, degree, or rate of

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bring into conformity with rules or principles or usage

check the emission of (sound)

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Lot 3: regulate and distribute approximately 7,638 m of banquets; regulate and dispose of approximately 67,994 m of banquets; clear and dispose of approx.
The agency plans to regulate apps that act as an extension of a medical device by displaying, storing, analyzing, or transmitting patient-specific medical data.
The agency does not plan to regulate apps that help patients self-manage their health conditions, provide tools for patients to track their health information, automate simple tasks for providers, or allow patients and providers to interact with a personal health record or an electronic health record.
On the issue of advertising, Berro said that the ministries' decision to regulate advertising stems from inaccurate depictions in television commercials.
Johanns said the agency "has finally provided what I've been asking for all along: unequivocal assurance that it won't attempt to regulate farm dust."
"Indexed annuities are fundamentally insurance products and should be regulated by state insurance regulators who can approve annuities contracts before they can be introduced to the market, monitor individuals involved with the sales and marketing of the annuities, and regulate the investments and financial strength of the issuing company," the NAIC's five-member executive board wrote to Meeks.
2 : to control the time, amount, degree, or rate of <The dam regulates water flow.>
This finding also confirms the study of Paris and Newman (1990) which states that age influence how learners regulate their learning.
It became clear to many community workers that relying on government agencies alone to regulate and protect workers would not be enough.
Among them are validating and improving the models used by the EPA to assess risks of chemicals; requiring chemical companies to submit testing results of chemicals with PMNs; letting the EPA regulate chemicals if they pose a "significant" risk to health or the environment rather than the more stringent "unreasonable" risk; and setting national goals for reducing the overall use of toxic chemicals.
CMHA, Ontario, supports the proposal to regulate psychotherapy, as defined by HPRAC, which excludes counselling and spiritual counselling.
The Court ruled that the Constitution's Commerce Clause, which gives Congress the power to "regulate Commerce ...
Several members of the compensation committee that approved Grasso's pay led the firms that the NYSE is supposed to regulate. Thus, the regulated were regulating the regulator.
Because of this, federal policymakers have expressed an interest in understanding the range of practices that are used by the states to regulate the various segments of the death care industry.
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