The city passed an ordinance restricting the size of advertising signs, but grandfathered all those signs erected before1982.
The French Foreign Legion was founded by a Royal Ordinance.
Everyone should obey the government ordinance.
1. 法令; 条令; 条例
The city passed an ordinance compelling all outdoor lighting to be switched off at 9.00 PM.
2. 【宗】仪式, 圣餐式
ordinanceordinance[ˈɔ:dinəns]n.1.■法令; 条例; 布告; 训令2.■传统的风俗习惯3.■【宗】仪式; (尤指)圣餐式; (神或命运)注定的事an Imperial ordinance[英]敕令
- an authoritative order
■(N. Amer.)a by-law
- a religious rite
- archaic term for ordonnance
- Middle English (also in the sense 'arrangement in ranks'): from Old French ordenance, from medieval Latin ordinantia, from Latin ordinare 'put in order' (see ordain)
an authoritative rule
a statute enacted by a city government
the act of ordaining; the act of conferring (or receiving) holy orders
■The French Foreign Legion was founded by a Royal Ordinance.
■Everyone should obey the government ordinance.
■The city passed an ordinance restricting the size of advertising signs, but grandfathered all those signs erected before1982.
■Law is an ordinance of reason for the common good.
■An ecclesiastical or civil ordinance.
■The city passed an ordinance restricting the size of advertising signs, but grandfathered all those signs erected before 1992.
■It was plain that the ordinance could never be revived.
■The Town Planning Amendment Ordinance has come.
■It's an honest ordinance, as far as I know.
■This is an ordinance for ever to Israel.
■The endowment is a very important temple ordinance.
■An ordinance prohibits the wearing of suspenders.
■Santa Fe has a strong living wage ordinance.
■The ordinance applies equally to local and imported workers.
■The URA Ordinance was brought into operation on May 1,2001.
■Penn Central involved a New York historic preservation ordinance.
■The ordinance is administered by the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data.
■A stipulation addedat the last minute gutted the ordinance.
■Would continue their fight for the amendment of the ordinance?
■Then introduce your ordinance, and we'll see what can be done.
■Fortunately, our building has complied with the Ordinance!
■The burning of leaves was prohibited by a town ordinance.
■This is to be a lasting ordinance for the generations to come.
■The French Foreign Legion was founded by a Royal Ordinance .
■There is an ordinance against cutting down trees in the canyon.
■The Town Planning Ordinance was first enacted in 1939.
■The URA Ordinance was brought into operation on May 1, 2001.
■Yes. In fact, you can check the Bankruptcy Ordinance yourself.
■This Ordinance shall be thirty-eighth effective upon promulgation.
■Inclosed towards the north and south by ranges to the ordinance.
■A stipulation added at the last minute gutted the ordinance.
■South Carolina passed an "ordinance of secession", and prepared for war.
■School education services come under the Education Ordinance (Cap.279).
■The Ordinance of 1785 provided the first land grants for educational purposes.
■This ordinance makes miscellaneous amendments to the Patents Ordinance and the Registered Designs Ordinance.
■A statute or ordinance, especially one in force in Anglo - Saxon England.
■Some 1200 travel agents are licensed under the Travel Agents Ordinance to conduct Hong Kong's outbound travel business.
■The Audit Ordinance gives the Director statutory authority for conducting regularity audits.
■The Post-Secondary Colleges Ordinance covers institutions offering post-secondary courses outside the tertiary sector.
■The Ombudsman is an independent statutory authority operating in accordance with The Ombudsman Ordinance.
■The Registered Designs Ordinance enables designs to be registered independently in the HKSAR.
■The Royal Ordinance decreed that there should be a legion formed of foreigners for service outside France.
■The Town Planning Ordinance was enacted in 1939 and has remained largely unchanged.
■Do you think that it is necessary to amend the Public Order Ordinance?
■Wuxi People's Congress published the protection ordinance on Zisha of Yixing.
■Have you ever heard of the Control of Obscene and Indecent Articles Ordinance?
■We will implement the fees proposal in accordance with the Amendment Ordinance.
■The issue of single-purpose card does not require approval under the Ordinance.
■Thou shalt therefore keep this ordinance in his season from year to year.
■A statute or ordinance,especially one in force in Anglo - Saxon England.