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The bag, being blown up, forms a wind reservoir and the amount of tone can be regulated by the pressure of the arm.
The speed of automobiles along the public highways may be regulated by law.
The business of a pawnbroker is legally regulated by statute, and the states usually require him to get a license.
Sea and sky must be observed before we can know the laws by which their great changes or chances are regulated.
The law on this subject is now regulated by a statute that is nearly uniform in almost all the states of the Union.
But there were some who held that our commerce with India would be best carried on by means of what is called a regulated Company.
The capacity to buy and sell is regulated by the general law concerning the capacity to contract, transfer and acquire property.
According to the age of the patient so must the dose be regulated; at the same time, children bear the drug very well.
You are sensible from your own experience that any plan of economy must be regulated by place and circumstances.
From the most remote period theology alone regulated the march of philosophy.

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