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or Dec·a·log  (dĕk′ə-lôg′, -lŏg′)
1. Bible The Ten Commandments.
2. A fundamental set of rules having authoritative weight.

[Middle English decalog, from Late Latin decalogus, from Greek dekalogos : deka, ten; see dekm̥ in Indo-European roots + logos, word, pronouncement; see leg- in Indo-European roots.]
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To ensure precise analyses we attempted to follow the decalog proposed by Minayo (31).
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In 1898, the American National Education Association began promoting the following list: "tho, altho, thru, thruout, thoro, thoroly, thorofare, program (instead of programme), prolog, catalog, pedagog and decalog.
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Out of the Deuteronomistic movement came an exilic form of Deuteronomy (DtrD), which incorporated items such as the Decalog, the laws on public office holders, and the figure of Moses.
The turning point came in February 1897, when the National Education Association (NEA) resolved that all of its official correspondence and publications would thenceforth use simplified spellings for twelve words: catalog, decalog, demagog, pedagog, prolog, program, tho, altho, thoro, thorofare, thru, and thruout.
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