code of conduct


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Noun1.code of conduct - a set of conventional principles and expectations that are considered binding on any person who is a member of a particular group
normal, convention, rule, pattern, formula - something regarded as a normative example; "the convention of not naming the main character"; "violence is the rule not the exception"; "his formula for impressing visitors"
courtly love - (Middle Ages) a highly conventionalized code of conduct for lovers
knight errantry - (Middle Ages) the code of conduct observed by a knight errant who is wandering in search of deeds of chivalry
protocol - code of correct conduct; "safety protocols"; "academic protocol"
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The meeting discussed the existing code of conduct for judges and approved to include
Pumayag na sila na may joint patrol, may Code of Conduct eh di we have more reason to have developed a positive outlook.
If there are disagreements or uncertainties regarding the content of the code of conduct, it is important that this be discussed and ironed out among stakeholders before the code is formally adopted.
We don't need a code of conduct for something that we're legally supposed to do anyway.
However, the first line of Alphabet's code of conduct does feature the same ethics - "follow the law, act honorably, and treat each other with respect".
The DIFC Courts mandatory code of conduct, introduced in 2009, was supplemented in 2013 with the launch of a voluntary code of best legal professional practice to serve as a benchmark for behaviour and professional standards.
BJP believes that not only did he ( Kejriwal) violate the Model Code of Conduct, but infact, he has scant regard for the Constitution.
Bidders for the IBRC mortgage book have promised to abide by the code of conduct rules set up by the central bank, if they are successful.
Singed by civil society organizations in Sana'a, Hadramout, Hodeida, Taiz and Aden, the code of conduct stressed the importance of these organizations' independence from political parties or tribal groups.
The code of conduct, which has been designed to promote, 'fair, honest and ethical best practice' is considered to be a first step in improving the reputation of the sector.
The code of conduct and the pledges being asked for from parents of pupils attending the Grace Academy are fully compliant with the city council's admissions code and therefore there is no question of them being used for selection of pupils.
The new code of conduct makes an explicit commitment to such minimally invasive sampling.

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