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Customary; usual; with no unexpected or unusual variations; in conformity with ordinary practice.

An individual's regular course of business, for example, is the occupation in which that person is normally engaged to gain a livelihood.

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Secret recordings made by Carmen Seqarr a, a bank examiner for the Fed in New York-parked at Goldman Sachs- exposes the degree to which Fed regulators were actually failing the taxpayers they allegedly protect against the 'too big to fail' corporations that the government created.
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Charity regulators habitually violate the law they purport to enforce using the tactic of sending written demands to charities without citing the legal authority.
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Task force chairman David Arculus said: 'In almost every aspect of our lives, there is an independent regulator telling us what we can and cannot do.
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The 52-page final rule refers to consultation with one or more supervisory agencies but appears to define Supervisory Agency that is not a state regulator, per se.

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