Standing rules

Definitions

  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Standing rules regulations for procedure adopted by a legislative assembly
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Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Fr. ordre—L. ordo, -inis.

Usage

In literature:

But the enthusiasm would be checked by no rules; when the heart is full, regulations must stand aside.
"The Standard Oratorios" by George P. Upton
As a rule, in Paradise Rents, front doors stand open to the street, but the door of Number 5, the abode of Bill's grandmother, was shut.
"Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 150, April 5, 1916" by Various
Finally, you got up and began to dance, but it was out of all rule and measure; you could not even stand erect and steadily.
"Cyrus the Great" by Jacob Abbott
AMUSEMENT, periodical, during study, a standing rule among the Jesuits, i.
"Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 3 (of 3)" by Isaac Disraeli
They will stand the winter as a rule and will make finer plants and blossom earlier than if sown in spring.
"What Shall We Do Now?: Five Hundred Games and Pastimes" by Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Among them I have never seen a stand-up and knock-down fight according to the rules of the ring.
"Our Southern Highlanders" by Horace Kephart
Peter will stand wi' you, and he's the real ruling elder.
"Christine" by Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
Many technical rules as to consideration, rules having chiefly a historical basis, stand in the way.
"An Introduction to the Philosophy of Law" by Roscoe Pound
Since Rome had possessed a standing army it had always been the rule that the soldiers should not be permitted to marry.
"Roman Women" by Alfred Brittain
Whether the servant was untrained, or spiteful because a long-standing rule had been broken in my favour, I can't tell.
"The Brightener" by C. N. Williamson
Splendidly, too, as a rule, did they stand by one unfortunate class of women the so-called witches of the seventeenth century.
"Women of the Teutonic Nations" by Hermann Schoenfeld
Mr. Spencer always made it a rule to stand in well with the visiting physicians.
"John Marsh's Millions" by Charles Klein
As a rule old eggs will not stand poaching, the whites and yolks mingle and form an unappetizing mass.
"Dietetics for Nurses" by Fairfax T. Proudfit
Of course it is not pleasant to be flogged, but you have broken a rule of the school, and I guess you'll have to stand it.
"Cordwood" by Edgar Wilson (Bill) Nye
It stands, if the rules of the game require it so to stand, on the score.
"The Sources Of Religious Insight" by Josiah Royce
The rules as they stand are ill-arranged, vague, and imperfect.
"History of Modern Philosophy" by Alfred William Benn
If we can stand up to the fleet, then we can secure home rule, the first in the Americas.
"Caribbee" by Thomas Hoover
After that, as a rule, the individual, whether acquitted or not at his subsequent trial, took no high stand in Mr. Dearborn's mind.
"Geoffrey Hampstead" by Thomas Stinson Jarvis
I'm not superstitious as a rule, but there are some things which are more than a sailor can be called upon to stand.
"The Dealings of Captain Sharkey" by A. Conan Doyle
The rule was that if a boy sat down, he was let alone; but as long as he remained standing within the field he was open to an attack.
"Indian Stories Retold From St. Nicholas" by Various
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In poetry:

The world is managed by thy hands,
Thy saints are ruled by love;
And thine eternal kingdom stands,
Though rocks and hills remove.
"Psalm 145 part 1" by Isaac Watts
What art thou--friend or foe?
Stand! stand!
I can work with any tools--
Clothe myself by stripping fools--
Bend the knee whoever rules--
Traitor! stand!
"A Challenge" by Walter Richard Cassels
You happy blessed eyes,
Which in that ruling place,
Have force both to delight, and to disgrace;
Whose light allures and tyes
All hearts to your command:
O looke on me, who doe at mercy stand.
"42 (Song 6)" by Mary Wroth
Let mortals tremble and adore
A God of such resistless power,
Nor dare indulge their feeble rage:
Vain are your thoughts, and weak your hands;
But his eternal counsel stands,
And rules the world from age to age.
"Psalm 33 Part 1" by Isaac Watts
This is the way for you and me in conflicts drawn,
By men who dare our ranks divide with wanton rule:
Bless ye, be firm, be strong, and stand "you mighty three;"
Press on, and look to God, till you are wholly free.
"The Mighty Three" by Marcus Mosiah Garvey
Our land, our pride and boast,
Spreads now from coast to coast,
Stands up a great Dominion among the ruling powers.
For us this chieftain fought,
An ally unbribed, unbought;
We guard his name and fame in this Canada of ours.
"Tecumthe" by Nora Pembroke

In news:

Trial Court Ruling Stands … For Now.
Judge rules Rep Darrell Issa won't take stand.
The 11th circuit has ruled that the individual health insurance mandate is unconstitutional, but that the rest of the law can stand.
0Ishpeming junior will be ineligible to play basketball next season if rule stands.
An Ohio judge has ruled a man is competent to stand trial on charges that he raped young boys in his care in western Ohio.
A judge ruled Friday that a JetBlue Airways pilot who left the cockpit during a flight and screamed about religion and terrorists is mentally competent to stand trial.
Justices Let Stand Ruling on Illinois' Anti- eavesdropping Law.
A fourth defendant has been ruled unfit to stand trial for dementia.
0New York City's health board has passed a rule banning super-sized, sugary drinks at restaurants, concession stands and other eateries.
Chat live today at 1 pm with Joey Kennedy about where Alabama immigration law stands after ruling.
Has been ruled competent to stand trial.
Judge rules former OU student is mentally competent, will stand trial.
Now, a judge in Saginaw has ruled that the homeowners do not have class-action standing in the lawsuit.
If the ruling stands, there will be no opossum drop at midnight on New Year's Eve in Tallapoosa, Georgia.
Tennessee Justices Let Lethal Injection Ruling Stand.
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In science:

Hence expressing a Born rule requires a scalar sum − + − and a scalarvalued valuation on morphisms | − |ξ , and when interpreting scalars as probabilistic weights these respectively stand for adding probabilities and extracting the probabilistic weight from the morphisms representing physical processes.
De-linearizing Linearity: Projective Quantum Axiomatics from Strong Compact Closure
We will also assume that all arrows stand for rules with possibly exceptions, again, this restriction is not important for our purposes.
Remarks on Inheritance Systems
All of the models are therefore free of a volume modulus, one of the physically pleasing features which stands in sharp contrast to the existence of the linear dilaton, which rules out these spaces as models for our observable universe.
Homogeneous heterotic supergravity solutions with linear dilaton
The rules of the random walk may then be reformulated as saying that a random walker standing at a vertex chooses among the incident edges with probabilities inversely proportional to their resistances.
On the speed of biased random walk in translation invariant percolation
Thus, we cannot conclusively rule out a temporally growing standing wave based on the transverse velocities in Figure 15, but examination of the differences between the 2002 and 2009 15 GHz panels in Figure 2 allows us to conclude that a moving wave pattern is the most likely cause of the transversal velocities.
Anatomy of helical relativistic jets: The case of S5 0836+710
This means this system, together with its equivalent red/blue reflection; stand out as the most complex rules in our entire set2 .
Complex Networks from Simple Rewrite Systems
CHR stands for the standard CHR scheduler normally used to schedule such rules. (CHR is a high-level language extension of logic programming used to write user-de fined constraints, for an overview see .) So using this approach a 50 fold improvement in computation time was achieved.
Explaining Constraint Programming
To this end, we repeatedly apply the Leibniz rules in (18) to the product of a partial derivative with a normally ordered monomial of quantum space coordinates, until all partial derivatives stand to the right of all quantum space coordinates.
Quantum kinematics on q-deformed quantum spaces I, Mathematical Framework
These rules really stand on the whole distribution of the process and not only on its marginal distribution at a fixed order.
A random-projection based procedure to test if a stationary process is Gaussian
As it stands, the BJ sum rule requires the measurement of both the proton and neutron spin structure functions.
Symposium Summary
From the frequency distributions of the standing waves in the lattice follow the ratios of the masses of the particles which obey the integer multiple rule.
The standing wave model of the mesons and baryons
We have explained the integer multiple rule of the γ -branch particles with different modes and superpositions of standing electromagnetic waves in a cubic nuclear lattice.
The standing wave model of the mesons and baryons
A systematic ab initio study is performed for the spin and orbital moments and for the validity of the sum rules for x-ray magnetic circular dichroism for Fe systems with various dimensionality (bulk, Pt-supported monolayers and monatomic wires, free-standing monolayers and monatomic wires).
Magnetism in systems with various dimensionality: A comparison between Fe and Co
The apparent inconsistency between these rules is the ma jor manifestation of a long-standing difficulty called the measurement problem.
Quantum Theory: Interpretation Cannot be Avoided
Remark that U in the target configuration of the rule (Unitary Transformation) stands indeed for the cylinder extension of U on Hall (see Eq. (1)). A similar remark applies to the rules for measurements and loops.
Hoare Logic for Quantum Programs
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