...a thirty-two-page pamphlet explaining the rules of basketball...
Sikhs were expected to adhere strictly to the religious rules concerning appearance...
Strictly speaking, this was against the rules.
...the amendment to Rule 22.
An important rule is to drink plenty of water during any flight...
By and large, the rules for healthy eating are the same during pregnancy as at any other time.
It is a rule of English that adjectives generally precede the noun they modify.
...according to the rules of quantum theory.
However, for many Americans today, weekend work has unfortunately become the rule rather than the exception.
For four centuries, he says, foreigners have ruled Angola...
He ruled for eight months.
...the long line of feudal lords who had ruled over this land.
Scientists have always been aware of how fear can rule our lives and make us ill.
The court ruled that laws passed by the assembly remained valid...
The Israeli court has not yet ruled on the case...
A provincial magistrates' court last week ruled it unconstitutional...
The committee ruled against all-night opening mainly on safety grounds.
...a ruled grid of horizontal and vertical lines.
As a rule, however, such attacks have been aimed at causing damage rather than taking life.
As a general rule, burglars are wary about gaining entry from the front or side of a building.
There is a particular urgency in this case, and it would help if you could bend the rules.
A good rule of thumb is that a broker must generate sales of ten times his salary if his employer is to make a profit...
As a rule of thumb, a cup of filter coffee contains about 80mg of caffeine.
Nurses are continuing to work to rule.