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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Over the past several years the public has seen military personnel of even the highest rank unceremoniously drummed out of the service and even incarcerated for violations of that honor code.
Yet Laertes, like Horatio, is aware that the honor code is changing.
We will take as long as it takes to have a thorough and fair investigation and proceed through our academic honor code process.
All subjects were from a small, liberal arts college in Virginia that has an honor code policy and an Honors program.
In her representation of the honor code, courtly love, and supernatural agency, she departs significantly from figures like Cervantes and Lope de Vega.
Especially popular in Scandinavia, Canada and Japan, ultimate is a classy game using an honor code in place of referees; and the entry fee includes as many bananas as you can eat.
The class, of '57 memorial is an honor court of polished granite, Corinthian granite, and limestone sitting walls at Thayer Walk's north end, combining the Academy's honor code with quotes from historic military leaders.
Brett Biebelberg, a junior involved in student government, called the study's secretive nature ''strikingly hypocritical,'' given that the university recently adopted an honor code for the first time.
We had some reservations about launching a low-tech product that relied entirely on the honor code," said Blair Brewster, CEO of MyAssetTag.
The rules are strict, but monitoring is limited as the prototypical honor code applies, with "good self-policing in the Scrabble world," Williams said.
First, before opening any exam, students were required to complete and submit electronically a statement affirming adherence to the FNU Honor Code.
Originally an ancient honor code, Farhang ensures the dominance of the oldest male of any household, followed by married sons, unmarried sons, and grandsons, then wives (with the youngest at the bottom).