Sitting face to face with a Satmar man schooling her in atavistic Satmar rules was the last place she wanted to be.
This is the year that agencies will be finalizing the rules that tell us what ObamaCare will look like.
Any user that breaks these rules, or expresses disdain for the plan itself, is subject to suspension from the website.
Do this and then do that, and then fill out forms that say you did what the rules required.
The thing that's important to know about Jigsaw is that he tells you the rules, and if you don't listen, then you die.
Daughter of a king I am,” said Rosaleen, “but not of the king who rules these realms.
Special occasion for rules of propriety is offered by eating.
So, fellows, what do you say to seeing who knows the rules best?
rules are accepted from custom and enforced by authority and force.
It contained the rules that govern the use of the Reading Room.
c.1200, "principle or maxim governing conduct, formula to which conduct must be conformed" from Old French riule, Norman reule "rule, custom, (religious) order" (in Modern French partially re-Latinized as règle), from Vulgar Latin *regula, from Latin regula "straight stick, bar, ruler;" figuratively "a pattern, a model," related to regere "to rule, straighten, guide" (see regal). Replaced Old English wealdan.
Meaning "regulation governing play of a game, etc." is from 1690s. Phrase rule of thumb first attested 1690s. Rule of law "supremacy of impartial and well-defined laws to any individual's power" is from 1883. Meaning "strip used for making straight lines or measuring" is recorded from mid-14c. Typography sense is attested from 1680s.
c.1200, "to control, guide, direct," from Old French riuler "impose rule," from Latin regulare (see regulate). Legal sense "establish by decision" is recorded from early 15c. Meaning "mark with lines" is from 1590s. Meaning "to dominate, prevail" is from 1874. "Rule Brittania," patriotic song, is from 1740. Related: Ruled; ruling.
A usual, customary, or generalized course of action or behavior.
A generalized statement that describes what is true in most or all cases; a standard.
To dominate; to be the most important: Girls rule!