codify

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  • During this period laws were codified, and a civil service system was introduced.
  • In this role he not only codified existing laws, but also made new laws.
  • Several attempts have been made in the effort to codify international law.
  • They codified the city planning process and represented some of the first attempts at a general plan.
  • Lieutenant may also appear as part of a title used in various other organizations with a codified command structure.
  • English public schools were the first to codify football games.
  • The accepted Roman law is usually then codified and forms part of the central Code.
  • The Roman population expected to live under long-codified Roman law.
  • The Act is an attempt to codify what was formerly recognized by the common law.
  • The club's ten simple rules were the first to be codified outside the English public-school system.
  • In more recent times, much of the customary law of the sea has been codified.
  • These four elements were eventually codified in most states.
  • He was appointed a member of the commission to codify the laws of the United States.
  • Lastovo codified its common law and wrote up its first written legislation.
  • Rules for these games, where they existed, were not universal nor codified.
  • That organization worked to codify public healthcare policy which is still in place.
  • Nations often codify a standard language that may be different from regional norms.
  • The game died out in the nineteenth century, as the codified game of rugby union became popular.
  • Common Czech is not codified, but some of its elements can get into the standard language.
  • Such natural laws are codified as a result of past experiences.
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Meaning of codify

  • verb Organize into a code or system, such as a body of law
    Hammurabi codified the laws