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ukase

1. (in imperial Russia) an edict of the tsar
2. a rare word for edict
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Thus, where a buyer's purchase order includes the implied warranty of merchantability and the seller's form disclaims the implied warranty of merchantability, the announced ukase is that the disclaimer is not a "different" term; it is an "additional" term because we want section 2-207(2) to apply to that situation as contrasted with a situation in which the forms contain expressly different terms.
The United States cannot rule the affairs of the globe through diktat and ukase.
It would have done lawfully what Obama did by ukase.
I did not determine; there was a ukase in the form of an Order.
Tal determinacion fue adoptada en forma prepotente y autoritaria, sin haber obtenido su consentimiento libre, previo e informado, como si se tratase de un ukase de la epoca zarista.
And the final chapter seems the product of an editor's ukase to trumpet the present Brooklyn renaissance.
WHAT IS YOUR INFORMATION REGARDING THIS NEW UKASE, WHICH IS TANTAMOUNT TO ASKING ME TO REMOVE SEVENTEEN IMMIGRANTS WHO ARE PRACTICALLY ABOARD SHIP [?
Imagine Arab commercial flows settling in a stable currency unperturbed by the vagaries of adventurous American bankers or by the ukase of the US administration.
But the Court in such cases refers to reasons of the courts below; it does not issue the judgment as ukase.
Czar Alexander I issued a ukase making hereditary family names mandatory in 1804 (30 years later, the law had to be reissued, implying that not all Jews heeded the law at first).
Freed from the chains even of rational argument, the Lawrence Court issued an ukase wrapped up in oracular riddles.
All these figures reveal the power of the free market as compared to the ukase of government.