Custom may refer to:
- Convention (norm), a set of agreed, stipulated or generally accepted rules, norms, standards or criteria, often taking the form of a custom
- Custom (law) or customary law, laws and regulations established by common practice
- Customs, a tariff on imported or exported goods
- Norm (sociology), a rule that is socially enforced
- Custom house
Other articles related to "custom, customs":
... The Les Paul Custom features multiple bindings around the back and top of the body and has a bound headstock with a split-diamond inlay ... Unlike the Epiphone Les Paul Standard, the Custom model features a mahogany back and mahogany top ... Epiphone discontinued the Les Paul Custom Plus line, which was a normal Les Paul Custom but with a flame maple top and either a Cherryburst finish or a Vintage Sunburst ...
... Custom (guitar), a model of guitar made by Fender Custom (musician), stage name for New York based musician Duane Lavold Customs (TV series), an Irish television series that focuses on the daily lives ...
... (IDT), headquartered in Coralville, Iowa, is the largest supplier of custom nucleic acids in the U.S ... IDT's primary business is the manufacturing of custom DNA and RNA oligonucleotides (oligos) for research applications ... a start-up with 10 synthesizing machines to one with more than 500, shipping an average 36,000 custom oligos per day to its over 77,000 customers worldwide, enabling them to test for genetic diseases, discover ...
... The Russian Civil Code explicitly mentions custom as a separate source of law ... Traditions may establish rules of decision where there is no dispositive language in statute or other written law ...
... Custom House (global payments), a global payments and foreign exchange company Custom House, London, a district of the London Borough of Newham, UK Custom House ...
Famous quotes containing the word custom:
“It has become the custom in our country to expect all Chief Executives, from the President down, to conduct activities analogous to an entertainment bureau. No occasion is too trivial for its promoters to invite them to attend and deliver an address.”
—Calvin Coolidge (18721933)
“The laws of custom make our [returning a visit] necessary. O how I hate this vile custom which obliges us to make slaves of ourselves! to sell the most precious property we boast, our time;and to sacrifice it to every prattling impertinent who chooses to demand it!”
—Frances Burney (17521840)
“Apart from letters, it is the vulgar custom of the moment to deride the thinkers of the Victorian and Edwardian eras; yet there has not been, in all history, another age ... when so much sheer mental energy was directed toward creating a fairer social order.”
—Ellen Glasgow (18731945)