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法律, ほうりつ

  • hōritsu


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • law

Examples of 法律,ほうりつ in a Sentence

This law applies to everybody.
This is a law, so it applies to everybody.
The law is not in effect any longer.
Everybody is supposed to know the law, but few people really do.
Can she get the law degree?
The law prescribes certain penalties for this offence.
The law has gone through parliament.
The new law has done away with the long-standing custom.
Laws differ from state to state in the United States.
This law shall have effect in Japan.

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