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REGRegister
REGRegular
REGRegion
REGRegulation
REGRegistry (Microsoft Windows file extension)
REGRegarding
REGRegistration
REGRegina (Latin: Queen)
REGRenewable Energy Generation (various locations)
REGRace, Ethnicity and Gender
REGRegal Entertainment Group
REGRecovered Energy Generation (power plants)
REGRationeel Energiegebruik (Dutch: Rational Energy Use; Belgium)
REGReggie Miller
REGRegistry File
REGRichard E. Grant (actor)
REGReal Escape Game
REGRandom Event Generator
REGResearch Equipment Grant (various organizations)
REGReal Estate Guys (radio show)
REGReed Electronics Group (Reed Elsevier Group)
REGRural Enterprise Gateway (UK)
REGReferring Expression Generation
REGReggio Calabria, Italy - Tito Menniti (Airport Code)
REGRotor Excitation Generator (electricty)
REGGolden Redfish
REGReno Evening Gazette
REGRadioencephalogram
REGRépertoire des Entreprises du Canton de Genève (French: Business Directory of Geneva; Switzerland)
REGRegulate/Regulated/Regulating'Regulator
REGRegular Electronic Giving (Lutheran Laypeople's League of Australia, Inc.)
REGReservatory for Endangered Games
REGRange, Ephemeris, GMT
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The authority of the existing Congress is restrained to the regulation of coin STRUCK by their own authority, or that of the respective States.
The regulation of weights and measures is transferred from the articles of Confederation, and is founded on like considerations with the preceding power of regulating coin.
As I thought upon my misfortune, I considered more clearly than ever before the unrighteousness of the regulation which was to prove my doom, and in the natural revolt against its injustice my anger rose, and there mounted within me a feeling which I imagine must have paralleled that spirit that once was prevalent among the ancients called anarchy.
The wave of rebellion swept over me in an instant, beginning with an heretical doubt as to the sanctity of the established order of things--that fetish which has ruled Pan-Americans for two centuries, and which is based upon a blind faith in the infallibility of the prescience of the long-dead framers of the articles of Pan-American federation--and ending in an adamantine determination to defend my honor and my life to the last ditch against the blind and senseless regulation which assumed the synonymity of misfortune and treason.
No Preference shall be given by any Regulation of Commerce or Revenue to the Ports of one State over those of another: nor shall Vessels bound to, or from, one State, be obliged to enter, clear, or pay Duties in another.
No person held to Service or Labor in one State, under the Laws thereof, escaping into another, shall, in Consequence of any Law or Regulation therein, be discharged from such Service or Labor, But shall be delivered up on Claim of the Party to whom such Service or Labor may be due.
And the second," continued Cornelius, "which is not written in the regulation, but which is to be found elsewhere: --
Because any jailer who strikes a prisoner is liable to two penalties, -- the first laid down in Article 9 of the regulations at Loewestein: --
To the Committee on Army Regulations, and I have recommended that your honor should be appointed a member, but without a salary.
there may also arise questions about any impositions and extractions of market and harbour dues which may be required, and in general about the regulations of markets, police, harbours, and the like.
I think, he said, that there is no need to impose laws about them on good men; what regulations are necessary they will find out soon enough for themselves.
The opportunities which some States would have of rendering others tributary to them by commercial regulations would be impatiently submitted to by the tributary States.