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ruling in Law topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrulingrul‧ing1 /ˈruːlɪŋ/ ●○○ noun [countable]  SCTDECIDEan official decision, especially one made by a courtruling on the recent Supreme Court ruling on defendants’ rights
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rulingCase law has shown that court rulings on these kind of scenarios have resulted in arbitrary decisions.The first collection of Innocent's own decretals, or legal rulings, was that by Rainer of Pomposa.I have already given my ruling on that and said exactly what the hon. Member should do about it.On Tuesday, Hastings will decide whether to adopt procedural rulings made by the Sonoma County judge.The ruling requires that driftnet fishing be reduced by half by July this year, and cease altogether by December.I have no wish to question your ruling.ruling onConservatives didn't like his rulings on civil rights cases.