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purview

Law the body of a statute, containing the enacting clauses
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Martin Jones, managing director, LAN3"Extreme Networks' Purview provides LAN3 with a higher value proposition for our customers, enabling us to demonstrate how the network can become a strategic asset through added visibility into applications, services and users.
Purview is capable of collecting, analyzing and reporting application data from the entire network, including wired and wireless devices and core/data centers.
2) If the request is within the purview, the court may permit the attorney general and other interested persons to be heard on the questions presented through briefs, oral argument, or both.
UAVs fall under the purview of the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR), and each case must be handled on its own merits, but the potential for a synchronized and linked regional C4ISR network would be invaluable in promoting regional stability.
Court stripping doesn't mean that politicians can take anything out of the federal courts' purview, he argued.
For the most part, however, they stay just this side of obscure while prompting an evaluation of their status as paintings, something that once might have seemed beyond Norman's purview.
Yet it didn't stop policymakers from trying again, under the purview of the WTO.
The Graham Russell Hodges' chapter, "The Emergence of a New Black Religious Identity in New York City and Eastern New Jersey, 1624-1807," although a thread that clearly falls within the purview of the book's title, creates more of a flaw than add to the symmetry of the quilt.
The CFDA will replace the State Drug Administration and include food, herbal products, and cosmetics in its purview.
Determining how best to execute that standard remains the purview of management.
However, poetry and language belong to everyone and are not the exclusive purview of leftwing radicals.