Compton rule

Compton rule

[′käm·tən ‚rül]
(physical chemistry)
An empirical law stating that the heat of fusion of an element times its atomic weight divided by its melting point in degrees Kelvin equals approximately 2.
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This was crime by Compton Rules, known as a "rip," with an emphasis on numbers, weaponry, brutality, and speed.
There are other reports of sexual assaults, pistol whippings, and armed robberies perpetrated by recruits playing by Compton Rules. The situation is arguably worse at Montana State, where late last year police busted a large and very violent drug cartel virtually run out of the athletic department.
That's how the Compton Rules crowd came to our town and found fresh meat.