An authoritative decision or pronouncement, esp. one made by a judge
opinion: the reason for a court's judgment (as opposed to the decision itself)
regnant: exercising power or authority
(ruled) subject to a ruling authority; "the ruled mass"
Ruled is the fifth full-length LP by The Giraffes.
An order or a decision on a point of law from someone in authority; That rules or rule
(Ruled) Guides were used to achieve even spacing of the lines for written text and bounding lines for the edges of the text area. ...
(Ruled) Marked with shallow grooves or marker to indicate ashlar.
(Ruled) by autocratic presidents since independence from France in 1960, Gabon introduced a multiparty system and a new constitution in the early 1990s that allowed for a more transparent electoral process and for reforms of governmental institutions.
The process by which a frame and/or horizontal lines are produced to guide the hand in writing; the word also refers to the linear guide thus produced. Ruling was guided by pricking. Beginning in the Carolingian period, templates were sometimes used in pricking and ruling. ...
The official decision of the presiding officer.
Linear guide system for laying out page design and for establishing writing lines. Lines drawn from pinholes pricked in the writing material along the edges.
The ruling of a court is its order or judgment whether on a particular issue or the final verdict. In administrative law a ruling is an interpretation of a regulation.
"How to Rule": "Survival, taking care of your basic needs, is based on pragmatism, exertion, and often drudgery. Celebration, on the other hand, is often connected with extravagance and doing something beyond your means. ...
a decision, especially one that is made by a judge or court
A finding and decision by a tournament director or appeals committee.
A ruling is similar to a decision or an order, but the term is most often used where a judge makes a determination in the course of a hearing or trial, such as an evidentiary ruling where a party objects to testimony or evidence being offered.
The order entered by a Judge after hearing the evidence presented by the parties.