What worries many doctors, however, is that the Affordable Care Act has codified this broken system into law.
The juror is said to have invoked common sense in the face of the statutes as codified by the State of Illinois.
On it went through the 19th century, as sport after sport was codified in Britain—usually London.
He hardly spares any codified religion from his angry denunciations, including Orthodoxy.
But then along comes Dante with this codified, structured vision of this terrifying afterlife.
I could do it too if it were not too much trouble, and if a large part of the law were not too foolish to be codified.'
codified, it was in a sense the forerunner of the Code Napoleon.
Our immigration and naturalization laws might well be codified.
A codified law and precedent cases were of no account to this "equity" judge.
The criminal law of England1 is not codified, but is composed of a large number of enactments resting on a basis of common law.