King's Regulations


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King's Regulations

pl n
(Military) (in Britain and the Commonwealth when the sovereign is male) the code of conduct for members of the armed forces that deals with discipline, aspects of military law, etc
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During the First World War, King's Regulations included Field Punishment No.
The skipper was apparently doing his nut, but whilst King's Regulations and Admiralty Instructions could be applied to his crew, they didn't have much effect on his passengers
These nurses wrote qualifying exams that included questions on the King's Regulations and Orders for the Canadian Militia (KR) as well as on nursing duties, such as, "What is your duty with regard to the admission of a patient to your ward, death of a patient, and patient's kit?
Three months after joining, Moss's bad eyesight meant he was unable to serve any longer under the King's Regulations, and he was discharged with a morning's notice.