statutes at large
Definition of statutes at large
: statutes set forth in full in chronological order as enacted as distinguished from abridgments, revisions, codifications, or compilations; specifically : a published compilation containing all the federal laws and resolutions public and private passed and all executive proclamations issued during a session of a congress
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