regulated system

regulated system

regulation of a substance in the body; requires a receptor, a regulator and an effector.
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2 billion projected for allocation to regulated system investments.
This will lead to a regulated system for paying oft-required services of technicians like electricians and plumbers," another resident said.
Zuckerman said, however, that the talk of taxing mari juana sales underscores the primary aim of the ballot measure: to divert money away from the black market into a regulated system in which it can be used to help Oregonians.
Under a regulated system, the commission recommended that drugs must not be sold to minors and fatal drugs such as crack cocaine, more known as krokodil, continue to remain disallowed.
Washington's experiment is built around the notion that it can bring marijuana out of the black market and into a regulated system that protects public health and safety better than prohibition did.
A regulated system and happy workers are the bricks and mortar of a healthy construction industry.
A long period of financial stability followed, but the gradual return to a regulated system resulted in disaster.
Before 1832, there was no regulated system for the registration of voters in England.
We really need to change our approach by ending this hugely costly, counterproductive and harmful failure that is prohibition and move to a government controlled and regulated system.
They said that access to the banking system by soon-to-be state-licensed businesses 'is a necessary component' to ensure a highly regulated system.
That is why our state liquor system would be the perfect entity to handle what must be a highly regulated system.
The state liquor control board will create a tightly regulated system for the production, processing, and selling of marijuana in stand-alone stores.