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legislated

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It was a new, ecological eye that saw new kinds of harms and legislated to cure them.

That same month, Matlins published an op-ed on The Huffington Post titled “Why Beauty Ads Should Be Legislated.”

In these sectors, a legislated increase in costs can have big impacts on hours and wages.

Legislated caveats include provisions that might put at risk national defense or foreign policy.

A generation after the hametz law was legislated as a dead letter it was resurrected in 2007.

Probably England thought she was doing enough when she legislated for herself by passing this Act.

That is an example of the type of argument which must be legislated against.

"I often wish that this deplorable practice of duelling might be legislated against," he remarked.

If such were not the principles on which we legislated, there never was a more complete failure.

This was the first time Congress ever legislated approbation before.

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On this page you'll find 101 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to legislated, such as: authorized, constitutional, justifiable, legal, permissible, and proper.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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