civil order

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Noun1.civil order - the form of government of a social organizationcivil order - the form of government of a social organization
order - established customary state (especially of society); "order ruled in the streets"; "law and order"
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For such as violate our civil order, it may be permitted us to show mercy.
This is a civil order which can include restrictions on communication devices, holding specific types of bank accounts, associating with criminal associates or entering specific geographic locations.
We had to restore civil order as the bedrock of any constitutional survival.
by ONAHis Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said conferred Oman Civil Order 'Third Class' on Salim bin Said Al Wahibi, Chairman of Oman Football Association (OFA).
Muscat, Jan 8 (ONA) His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said conferred Oman Civil Order "Third Class" on Salim bin Said al-Wahibi, Chairman of Oman Football Association (OFA) and First Class Order on Pim Verbeek, Manager of Oman Football Team in appreciation for their efforts during the 23 rd Gulf Cup in the sisterly State of Kuwait, which were crowned by winning the 23 rd Gulf Cup.
His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said has conferred Oman Civil Order (Third Class) on Sheikh Salim bin Said al Wahaibi, chairman of the Oman Football Association and Order of Merit (First Class) on Pim Verbeek, manager of the Oman Football Team.
Breyfogle introduces readers to Augustine of Hippo's understanding of law as an area in which the possibilities of creative freedom are reconciled with the needs of natural and civil order.
As civil order broke down, the lack of guidance and forethought that U.
The explosion reportedly took place close to KabulA's parliament complex and was aimed at the headquarters of the civil order police, a militarized force that patrols urban areas and fights on the front lines.
Solicitor Gill Jones, for North Wales police, said the civil order was granted on August 29 to protect Williams's wife.
No action could be brought because the attack happened on private property but, in a bid to protect delivery staff, the Royal Mail obtained a civil order to ensure the dog was kept secure.
Some commentators have referred to the 'two-step prohibition' nature of such laws to describe how the civil law is used first and the criminal law follows up if there is breach of the civil order (von Hirsch & Simester, 2006).