Definitions for purviewˈpɜr vyu
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
the range of operation, authority, concern, etc.
the range of vision, insight, or understanding.
the body, as distinguished from the preamble, of a statute. the purpose or scope of a statute.
the full scope or compass of any document, statement, subject, etc.
Origin of purview:
1225–75; ME purveu < AF: ptp. of purveier to purvey
horizon, view, purview(noun)
the range of interest or activity that can be anticipated
"It is beyond the horizon of present knowledge"
The enacting part of a statute.
The scope of a statute.
Scope or range of interest or control.
Range of understanding.
Origin: From purveu, from purveuest, or purveu que (statutory language), from porveu, past partiple of porveoir, from provideo (See provide). Influenced by view and its etymological antecedants.
the body of a statute, or that part which begins with " Be it enacted, " as distinguished from the preamble
the limit or scope of a statute; the whole extent of its intention or provisions
limit or sphere of authority; scope; extent
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