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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The whole operation was performed as per rules contained in KR & Al (King's Regulations and Admiralty Instructions) inherited from the Royal Navy.
They said their decision was based on the grounds that his situation was not covered by King's Regulations. Bader took a job with Shell Oil Company.
During the First World War, King's Regulations included Field Punishment No.1, in which offenders could be tied to a post occasionally within sight of German snipers.