law
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dodane przez Walex grudzień 10, 2003
Law
A framework of self imposed regulation created by society to govern social conduct among individuals.
We need a Law to curb the menace of contraband.
dodane przez P S Lalli listopad 03, 2004
Law
Another name for the cops
Yo, watch out for the law
dodane przez Brath listopad 06, 2004
Things that are meant to be broken.
I broke a whole mess of laws today: DUI, possession of narcotics, and sodomy.
dodane przez APfromMSP sierpień 09, 2006
law
A code of conduct to which everyone is held accountable but nobody is expected to understand in the first place, which is furthermore created by the same class of people who charge an arm and a leg to interpret it whenever it must be applied.
Disclaimer: As you are accountable under the law and failure to act in compliance with it may cost you your life, liberty and/or property, do NOT attempt to act, live or exist, nor to refrain from acting, living or existing under the law without the advice of a licensed attorney.
dodane przez A Box of Signs październik 14, 2009
Officers Of The Law//Police
I dont like tha fuckin laws
dodane przez Shay wrzesień 02, 2006
law
How societies define what is acceptable and unacceptable conduct.
You, sir, have committed an act that our society disapproves of. You have broken the law and will pay, sir!
dodane przez BrianBbbbbb listopad 03, 2006

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