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codify

to arrange and label a system of laws.

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Since 1990, states have codified or have tried to codify customary rules of investment law in negotiations at the WTO and OECD, (10) international criminal law in the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, (11) and customary norms of environmental protection in a variety of regional and global agreements.
Codify said that it considers that the reliability of software system is vital to operations and Windows Vista certified products prove that the application will not be difficult or expensive to deploy and support in an ongoing basis.
COT has actively opposed recent Congressional attempts to codify the doctrine, successfully arguing that the proposed legislative language is extremely broad and could result in the denial of tax benefits for legitimate business transactions.
TEI's letter observed that proposals to codify the economic substance doctrine--and related provisions creating a penalty for transactions lacking economic substance and denying a deduction for interest attributable to understatements of tax attributable to such transactions--have been rejected multiple times by previous conference committees.
A coalition that includes New Jersey auto recyclers, scrap processors, steel mills, pipe foundries and environmentalists is promoting legislation to codify the removal of mercury switches in the Garden State.
Ultimately they have less to do with gay fights than with giving all couples a way to codify their relationships--and protect their children--without taking on the full weight of matrimony.
The EU has a mess of several overlapping treaties and protocols, which it is now proposed to codify into a single text.
Tharoor alludes to this evil notion by pointing out that UN Security Council "resolutions do not serve only to codify the acceptable in the eyes of the world; they also, quite directly, lay down the law."
Enduring, Surviving, and Thriving as a Law Enforcement Executive shares extensive insights, perspectives, suggestions, warnings, concepts, and ideas that codify over 400 years of wisdom of the day-to-day experiences related to the law enforcement profession.
Putin, US State Secretary Powell holds a joint press conference with FM Igor Ivanov, and says Moscow and Washington have agreed to complete negotiations on a new strategic arms control accord to codify a dramatic reductions in offensive weapons even if they do not reach agreement on missile defences.
Yet Soane's self-punishing desire for knowledge and his attempt to codify (in true Enlightenment fashion) what he was learning, were remarkable, and scarcely typical of the English gentleman professional.
Therefore as part of its policy agenda for 2019, the Exchange has conducted this codification exercise to (i) improve clarity of the Rules; (ii) ensure the Rules reflect currently acceptable standards in the market place; and (iii) codify a number of administrative provisions that are currently provided in its guidance letters or listing decisions.