laws of association

laws of as·so·ci·a·tion

principles formulated by Aristotle to account for the functional relationships between ideas; the law of contiguity (association) proved most useful to experimental psychologists, culminating in modern studies of respondent conditioning.
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The families of six of the eight men who drafted the original 13 laws of association football 150 years ago have travelled from as far as the United States and New Zealand for the event after being tracked down on behalf of the Football Association (FA).
Civil Service FC is the sole surviving club out of the 11 which founded the FA in the Freemasons' Tavern in Great Queen Street, London, in 1863 and later drafted the 13 original laws of association football.
Civil Service FC are the sole surviving club out of the 11 which founded the FA in the Freemasons' Tavern in London in 1863 and later drafted the 13 original laws of association football.
The original laws of association football were framed to minimise physical contact and thus distinguish the game from rugby football.
It's set out in the ' Additional Instructions for Referees' section of the Laws of Association Football.
The football referees course covers the laws of Association Football and will be held over 12 Wednesdays from 7pm to 9pm starting October 8.
The link between space exploration and the laws of association football has always been a tenuous one, and it's hard to believe Nasa has ever channeled its efforts into goalline technology.
The prospective referees will learn the laws of Association Football, and then put them into practice on the pitch.
The Laws of Association Football state: "The team scoring the greater number of goals during a match is the winner.
The course involves learning the laws of Association Football and putting them into practice out on the pitch.
the Laws of Association Football, while the second will cover the in- depth application of the laws.