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distributive law

  

      n     (Maths, logic)   a theorem asserting that one operator can validly be distributed over another  
   See       distribute       7  
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distributive  
      adj  
1    characterized by or relating to distribution  
2      (Grammar)   referring separately to the individual people or items in a group, as the words each and every  
      n  
3      (Grammar)   a distributive word  
  distributively      adv  
  distributiveness      n  


distributive bargaining  
      n     (Industrial relations)   a negotiation process aimed at reaching a compromise agreement over how resources may be allocated between the parties  
distributive law  
      n     (Maths, logic)   a theorem asserting that one operator can validly be distributed over another  
   See       distribute       7  

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state securities laws
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law of evolution, only the fittest survive, the ones that can adapt
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message containing legal threats (often grounded on fictive laws) sent on the purpose of intimidating the receiver
formed of "cartoon" and "attorney"
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relating to, involving, or dealing with abstract, general, or universal statements or laws
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