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verb as in systematize

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It needed to be codified with universal rules, judging and protocols.

Congress tried to codify the Fairness Doctrine into law, supported even by many conservatives like Newt Gingrich and Jesse Helms.

In 2016, she wrote a law codifying a court decision that found people on post-release community supervision are allowed to vote.

It’s time we codify what we’ve learned over the past few years, and move away from the fiction of self-regulation.

“V7 codifies industry best-practices for organizing data, labelling and launching computer vision models for real-world problems”.

They are demanding that the rest of us affirm their bad theology and codify it in the law.

The Chinese leadership supposedly recognizes the illegality of such detentions, yet is seeking to codify them into law.

The special language for Israel in Boxer's bill, critics contend, would codify this discrimination against American citizens.

I continue to believe that whenever we can codify something through legislation, it is on firmer ground.

Since there are nearly as many goals within Anonymous as there are members, it's difficult to codify what they're about.

There is nothing finical or foppish about the conventions which Mr. Harcourt undertakes to codify and explain.

That is, they refused to codify it and left it for the courts to decide.

Another commission, intended to codify the criminal law, was appointed in 1833.

Then begin by stating what are our duties, and codify what is good and what is bad.

That sanctified bookworm was the first to codify the laws, customs, habits, and idiosyncrasies of literary men.


On this page you'll find 40 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to codify, such as: summarize, arrange, catalogue, classify, code, and collect.

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