Thesaurus / regulating

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"This watch loses, and I cannot succeed in regulating it," said one.

So far from regulating its movements, they cannot even sustain the balance of the fish.

In the daily life of the undergraduate, in his religious observances, and in regulating his studies, the college is supreme.

In America the congress alone has the right of regulating the commercial relations of the states.

American Institutions and Their InfluenceAlexis de Tocqueville et al.

They were carpenters and blacksmiths by turns, regulating their occupations by the grand doctrines of supply and demand.

Willis the PilotJohanna Spyri

President Haws is regulating the company to watch our teams and also go to making rails, etc.

Certain rules have been drawn up by the Bar Committee for regulating the practice as to retainers on circuit.

He must also consider the methods and principles for regulating the cut of timber, or for securing sustained annual yields.

They are one in making war, and one in making peace; they are one in regulating commerce, and one in laying duties of imposts.

Flexible control of the engine is sought by varying the engine speed by regulating the supply of gas to the cylinders.

Aviation EnginesVictor Wilfred Pag

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