local rule

See: ordinance
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To allow golfers to use a distance measuring device, a club must have a Local Rule that specifically states that their use is allowed.
State-runs firms have been vested with powers to scrap contracts awarded to fleet owners on the basis of Indian registered ships offered by them under a local rule if they convert their ships into foreign flag before the tenure ends.
Working with members of the Supreme Court's Local Rules Advisory Committee, this ad hoc subcommittee is reviewing the definition of local rules and administrative orders as well as the procedures to file a local rule and contest an administrative order.
Unless there is a state or local rule making sexual orientation a protected class, Congress would have to add that kind of prohibition to current laws.
Senate), Dilworth helped end the GOP's 67 years of local rule, serving as Philadelphia's district attorney, then its mayor, and finally head of the city's Board of Education during the 1960's.
EULEX will also keep mentoring and advising local rule of law institutions until it fully hands over these tasks to local actors or other EU instruments in June 2016.
1986: Thousands of people take part in festivities to mark the final hours of 97 years of local rule in London.
Komakech includes in his assessment water governance in context, the Pangani river basin over time and space, local- and basin-level responses, state intervention, water allocation systems and local responses to them, formation of water users into forums, forums from agriculture to cities, rediscovering local water governance, dynamics between water asymmetry and inequality along with heterogeneity, sustaining canals and their governance in Tanzania, emergence and function of river communities, statutory and local rule in allocating water, game theory analysis and a discussion of local/regional rules.
Incidentally, Fixby has a local rule which states that balls may not be preferred on par threes.
THE use of distance measuring devices during a stipulated round remains contrary to the Rules of Golf, however, the Note to Rule 14-3 allows the Committee to introduce a Local Rule to permit such devices.
Another interesting aspect was his ignorance about a local rule which cost him a penalty of two stokes on the fourth hole ( course's 13th) when his tee shot hit a floodlight pole on the rough.
Crowd favourite Jeev Milkha Singh opened his campaign remarkably despite still nursing a back injury and being impeded with a two-shot penalty for infringing a local rule on the par-four 13th.

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