|organizer of laws, one who codifies||codifier|
|(trademark) personal organizer||Filofax|
|A group of businesses or nations that act together as a single producer to obtain market control and to influence prices in their favor by limiting production of a product. The United States has laws prohibiting cartels.||Cartel|
|according to the laws of mechanics; in accordance with the philosophy of mechanism||mechanistically|
|act of eliminating segregation, removal (of laws, customs, etc.) that separate two different races, desegregating act||desegregation|
|act of keeping religious laws; act of keeping the biblical commandments; strictness; ritual, ceremony, compliance, observation, performance of religious ceremonies, religious rule||observance|
|act of making laws, legislation, legislative, of lawmaking||lawgiving|
|act of making or enacting laws; laws, statutes, law or laws, making of laws||legislation|
|actions of anarchists, doctrine rejecting government, resistance to control, social movement that objects to laws and government||anarchism|
|adjust machinery or select output, control something, control something by rules or laws, govern, manage; adjust to a specific level or condition, make something regular||regulate|
|administrative, coming into effect later, executive, having the power to execute laws and policy; to be carried out or executed||executory|
|administrative, operational, having the power to execute laws and policy, committee that makes decisions, for businesspeople, government section responsible for decisions, manager, person or group of persons having administrative authority within an or...||executive|
|advocate of anarchy (social movement that objects to laws and government), lawless person, supporter of anarchism||anarchist|
|agency of the U.S. Department of Justice responsible for enforcing the laws pertaining to the admission of foreigners into the United States||INS (Immigration and Naturalization Service)|
|agency of the U.S. Department of Justice responsible for enforcing the laws pertaining to the admission of foreigners into the United States, INS||Immigration and Naturalization Service|
|ancient Athenian statesman known for the severity of his code of laws, Dragon, extensive faint constellation of northern hemisphere||Draco|
|ancient tablets with laws inscribed, area on palm, arrangement of information in columns, band or panel on wall, enter information into table, flat surface for particular purpose, flat surface of gem, food served, front part of stringed instrument, ite...||table|
|Anglo-Saxon England under Danish law, laws enforced by Danes in England||Danelaw|
|apparatus for producer gas, manufacturer, one who produces goods or services; one responsible for general supervision of a motion picture (or play, television program, etc.), organism that makes its food, organizer of movie, recording, something genera...||producer|
|artificial, contrary to expected behavior, contrary to laws of nature, not conforming to the average, not natural, abnormal, aberrant; artificial, insincere; cruel||unnatural|
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