honor code

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honor code

n.
1. An honor system.
2. A set of rules forming the basis for an honor system.
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Among these men there was a stringent code of honour, any infringement of which was punished by death.
He was a mere aggressive and acquisitive individual with no sense of the State, no habitual loyalty, no devotion, no code of honour, no code even of courage.
Centuries hence, we Frenchmen and Englishmen might be boasting and killing each other still, carrying out bravely the Devil's code of honour.
He reached the 145th Run for the Roses ahead, despite a late scare from Code of Honour.
"People are worried about speaking out about it because of the whole no grassing thing, snitches wear stitches, this ridiculous false code of honour which means people are petrified of speaking out.
Chief Whip Julian Smith and Tory chairman Brandon Lewis are accused of telling five Tory MPs to break pairing agreements a centuries old code of honour to avoid a defeat for the Government in Tuesday's Brexit vote.
Sultana was a dashing dacoit, who named his horse Chetak, after Maharana Pratap's horse and operated on a code of honour.
Earlier in September, a teenage couple accused of violating the Pashtun 'code of honour' was also reportedly killed with electric shocks.
According to a report a teenage boy Ghani Rehman and girl Bakht Taj were accused of violating the 'code of honour' and subsequently killed with electric shocks.
NNA - The Secretary General of Hezbollah, Hassan Nasrallah, delivered a speech on Saturday, broadcast on a large screen to the dignitaries of Baalbek and Hermel, during which he called on everyone to follow the code of honour which was agreed on with disappeared Imam Moussa Sadr in 1970.
In the 19th century, he wrote, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police " the Mounties " got to the Canadian Western frontier"before the settlers and spared them from having to cultivate a violent code of honour."
DEAR Editor, A further indication of the BBC's hypocritical management and that it has lost its moral code of honour, integrity and loyalty, is shown in its cancellation of the Met Office contract after nearly 100 years.

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