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synonyms for lawbook

  • codification
  • codified law
  • legal code
  • statute law
  • written law
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How to use lawbook in a sentence

Erasure of information, Landauer had shown, always requires a minimum amount of energy, putting the second law securely back in the physics lawbook.
TOP 10 SCIENCE ANNIVERSARIES TO CELEBRATE IN 2021TOM SIEGFRIEDFEBRUARY 3, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
Thus the Lawbook of Manu recommends it as the natural weapon of the Brahman against his enemies.
A HISTORY OF SANSKRIT LITERATUREARTHUR A. MACDONELL
In lawbook as in prophecy, it is the fact of redemption which forms the main ground of His appeal.
THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: THE BOOK OF THE TWELVE PROPHETS, VOL. IGEORGE ADAM SMITH
In the lawbook of the tsar Wachtang a double composition price was exacted for death by poison.
SEX AND SOCIETYWILLIAM I. THOMAS
It was used in the sense of what the present Virginia lawbook calls a "regularly hauled fishing landing."
THE BOUNTY OF THE CHESAPEAKEJAMES WHARTON
Now I do not mean that he has a "natural right" to do these things inscribed on any lawbook of Nature.
SELECTED WORKS OF VOLTAIRINE DE CLEYREVOLTAIRINE DE CLEYRE
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WORDS RELATED TO LAWBOOK

  • codification
  • codified law
  • lawbook
  • legal code
  • statute law
  • written law
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.