verb (used with object), cod·i·fied, cod·i·fy·ing.
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Contemporary Examples of codified
On his watch, Obamacare became the law of the land, with government-driven health insurance a codified right.With Immigration Move, Obama and the Welfare Party Strike Again
November 24, 2014
The juror is said to have invoked common sense in the face of the statutes as codified by the State of Illinois.He Faces Jail for Rescuing Baby Eagles
November 2, 2014
He hardly spares any codified religion from his angry denunciations, including Orthodoxy.Frank Schaeffer, the Atheist Who Believes in God
August 3, 2014
Oberlin College codified the trigger warning into its teacher guide, telling professors to “avoid” triggers in their classrooms.Warning: This Column Will Offend You
April 28, 2014
What worries many doctors, however, is that the Affordable Care Act has codified this broken system into law.How Being a Doctor Became the Most Miserable Profession
April 14, 2014
Historical Examples of codified
It became at once a codified standard of purer religious life and ultimately served as a beacon of light for the future.
In most civilized states (including Japan) it has been codified by statute, to the general satisfaction of the Codification.
But we have no evidence that The Law had been completed, codified, and written out in full before the time of Ezra.Expositor's Bible: Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther
The day when we codified proved also to be the day when no code was really in requisition.'English Illustration 'The Sixties': 1855-70
French law was codified in the 17th century by the “Ordonnance de 1673.”