Definitions for "regulation"
A rule designed to control the conduct of those to whom it applies. Regulations are official rules, and have to be followed.
A rule or order prescribed for management or government; prescription; a regulating principle; a governing direction; precept; law; as, the regulations of a society or a school.
Rules and restrictions imposed by the government on a market.
Keywords:  voltage, load, output, constant, input
It is the difference of the highest and lowest voltage drops between the anode and the cathode of a gas tube for a specified range of values of the anode current.
The degree by which a voltage source is held near its no-load amplitude when a load is applied.
The ability of a power supply to maintain an output voltage within a specified tolerance as referenced to changing conditions of input voltage and/or load.
(embryology) the ability of an early embryo to continue normal development after its structure has been somehow damaged or altered
in embryology, the normal development of an embryo, or part of an embryo, in spite of the disturbance of its structure in some way, as by removing some of it, adding to it, or rearranging it. For example, half of a young sea-urchin embryo will develop into a small but normally proportioned larva and eventually into a normal sea urchin.
governmental control of business, concerning safety, minimum wages, etc.
Supervision over rates and major decisions by elected officials or appointees of elected officials.
Governmental body's rule concerning procedures that a utility must follow. As it concerns electricity, regulation is used to set rates, among other things.
Using insulin to maintain the blood glucose level within an acceptable range. The point at which your cat’s intake of food is balanced by the amount of insulin you’re injecting. This is Nirvana
Using insulin to maintain the blood glucose level of an animal within the acceptable range.
The ability to stay regulated rather than being over or understimulated. Children with sensory processing difficulties that make organizing incoming information difficult, often are challenged in the area of regulation. Regulation is best when the following areas come together: sensory integration, cognitive understanding, problem solving, adaptive and coping abilities, and the ability to sustain interactions.
When all of the sensory information being received by the body (e.g., balance, body position hearing, sight, touch) are being “interpreted” correctly by the brain and result in a state of calmness and an ability to attend to others as well as the environment.
The act of regulating, or the state of being regulated.
the act of bringing to uniformity; making regular
Z - A provision in the federal Truth-in-Lending Act that requires a property buyer to be informed in writing of all the costs associated with acquiring credit.
Keywords:  kessler, dramatic, forwards, step
a dramatic step forwards," Kessler said
Processes that control the rates of synthesis of proteins. Induction and repression are examples of regulation.
The service provided by generating units equipped and operating with automatic generation controls that enable the units to respond to the ISO's direct digital control signals to match real-time demand and resources, consistent with established operating criteria.
Keywords:  rap, practices, accounting
Regulatory Accounting Practices (Rap)
a legal requirement that must be met by all workplaces under the jurisdiction of the WorkSafeBC
Keywords:  nsw, reform, road, dangerous, transport
the Road Transport Reform (Dangerous Goods) (NSW) Regulation 1998
Keywords:  buyout, steep, pay, price
a very steep price to pay for a buyout
Keywords:  dams, impede, redirect, gates, canals
The artificial manipulation of the flow of a stream by the use of dams, gates, or canals to impede, release, or redirect the natural flow of water.
a taking not because it destroys value, but because "total deprivation of beneficial use is, from the landowner's point of view, the equivalent of a physical appropriation
The oversight of a market by an administrative agency or regulator, including any intervention in the markets to set rates and other terms and conditions under which regulated services must be provided.
Setting of rates by a regulatory body such as the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board.
Keywords:  escalating, major, drugs, new, cost
a major cause of the escalating cost of new drugs
Keywords:  casino, aligned, relevant, seal, review
a dynamic process that is continually under review relevant to industry developments, and the requirements will be adjusted when necessary to ensure that Seal casino conduct is always aligned with current best practice
Keywords:  treasury, matter
a matter for the Treasury
The monitoring and adjustment of thoughts or behaviors that influence the nature, timing and expression of emotions.
an essential part of a comprehensive federal scheme
Keywords:  population, see
see Population regulation.
a document, which lays down product, process or service characteristics