Regulate may refer to:
- Regulate...G Funk Era, an album from rapper Warren G
- Regulate (song), title song from the album
Other articles related to "regulate, regulates":
... Acts of Sederunt are used primarily to regulate civil procedure in the Court of Session and Sheriff Courts in Scotland ... The Court of Session 1988 has an exhaustive list of how the court may regulate procedure and allocate business via Acts of Sederunt ... The Court shall have power by act of sederunt— (a) to regulate and prescribe the procedure and practice to be followed in various categories of causes in the Court or in ...
... In later years, Hubbard sought to distance himself from efforts to regulate the sexual affairs of Scientologists ... letter, he declared "It has never been any part of my plans to regulate or to attempt to regulate the private lives of individuals ...
... that the Commerce Clause allowed the government to regulate monopolies if it has a direct effect on commerce ... of commerce' or 'current of commerce' argument that allows Congress to regulate things that fall into either category ... In the case at bar it let Congress to regulate the Chicago slaughterhouse industry ...
... This regulates the organization and functioning of the powers and bodies of the state and its relations with individuals ... This regulates the so-called punitive (disciplinary) actions ... by the collection of laws that regulate judging procedures ...
... Regulate...G Funk Era is the debut studio album by American rapper Warren G ... The album's biggest hit was the eponymous single "Regulate", a gritty depiction of West Coast gang life which samples singer Michael McDonald's hit "I Keep ... The song Regulate was also featured on the Above the Rim soundtrack, which was released on March 22, 1994 ...
Famous quotes containing the word regulate:
“What more is necessary to make us a happy and prosperous people? Still one thing more
a wise and frugal government, which shall restrain men from injuring one another, which shall leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from labor the bread it has earned.”
—Thomas Jefferson (17431826)
“... when I exclaim against novels, I mean when contrasted with those works which exercise the understanding and regulate the imagination.For any kind of reading I think better than leaving a blank still a blank, because the mind must receive a degree of enlargement and obtain a little strength by a slight exertion of its thinking powers ...”
—Mary Wollstonecraft (17591797)
“Riches are valuable at all times, and to all men; because they always purchase pleasures, such as men are accustomed to, and desire: Nor can any thing restrain or regulate the love of money, but a sense of honour and virtue; which, if it be not nearly equal at all times, will naturally abound most in ages of knowledge and refinement.”
—David Hume (17111776)