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customary

1. Law
a. founded upon long continued practices and usage rather than law
b. (of land, esp a feudal estate) held by custom
2. 
a. a statement in writing of customary laws and practices
b. a body of such laws and customs
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By contrast, the authors' discussion of Rule 99 in NIAC is dominated by IHRL, so much so that one might even conclude that it, and not IHL, is the regime that establishes the customariness of this rule in NIAC.
Al-Nursi's Analysis of Ismi Science Know that most of Man's 'earthly' (72) cogitations, his incontrovertible and even self-evident truths are built on 'customariness' (ulfah), the source of compounded ignorance.
It is the journey which dramatically unveils the emptiness and monotonous customariness of their interaction.