statutory

[ stach-oo-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF statutory

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Not that all in Ascalon were vicious and beyond the statutory and moral laws.

They cannot afford to do the latter and the statutory laws may forbid the former.

This Board commands a statutory endowment of 231,000 a year.

By old English statutory law, the whale is declared "a royal fish."

If he is not a lover he is not a husband except for statutory purposes—that is all.

No statutory action seems ever to have been taken in the matter.

She suspected that it would not be hard to get a divorce on statutory grounds.

The Scotch law of marriage is not statutory, and, consequently, it has no clauses.

The statutory religion (Romanist) was to be maintained for the meantime.

They say that the terms are the most general in our statutory vocabulary.

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