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  • 121National Football League player conduct controversy — On April 10, 2007, the National Football League introduced a new conduct policy to help control off field behavior by its players and preserve the league s public image.[1] The policy, introduced by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, implements a… …

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  • 122Good Conduct Loop — A Good Conduct Loop is an award of the United States Army which denotes additional decorations of the Army Good Conduct Medal. Good Conduct Loops were first created in 1941 and were based on the concept of the enlistment bar. Good Conduct Loops… …

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  • 123disorderly conduct — dis·or·der·ly con·duct n: conduct that is likely to lead to a disturbance of the public peace or that offends public decency; also: the petty offense of engaging in disorderly conduct compare breach of the peace ◇ The term disorderly conduct is… …

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  • 124United States Congress Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War — The Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War was a United States Congressional investigating committee created to handle issues surrounding the American Civil War. It was established on December 9, 1861, following the embarrassing Union defeat… …

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  • 125Aviators Model Code of Conduct — The Aviators Model Code of Conduct (Code of Conduct) is a set of model recommended practices designed to improve general aviation safety and airmanship that was created by Michael S. Baum cite web|url = http://www.secureav.com/AMCC… …

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  • 126Code of Conduct for the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and NGOs in Disaster Relief — The Code of Conduct for International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and NGOs in Disaster Relief was drawn up in 1992 by the Steering Committee for Humanitarian Response to set ethical standards for organizations involved in humanitarian… …

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  • 127Code of conduct — A code of conduct is a set of rules outlining the responsibilities of or proper practices for an individual, party or organization. Related concepts include ethical codes and honor codes. In its 2007 International Good Practice Guidance, Defining …

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  • 128U.S. Navy Good Conduct Variation — In the United States Navy, enlisted members in pay grades E 4 to E 9 are authorized to wear gold rank insignia instead of red if the individual meets the requirements for good conduct service. Members of the U.S. Navy uniform wear regulatory… …

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  • 129American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct — Professional responsibility Du …

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  • 130Disorderly Conduct: Video on Patrol — Opening Title Genre Crime/Reality Narrated by Rob …

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  • 131Inequitable conduct — In United States patent law, patent holders must go to the federal courts to enforce their patent rights. Even if the patent is valid and infringed, these courts may exercise their equitable discretion not to enforce the patent if the patentee… …

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  • 132Commendation for Brave Conduct — Medal and ribbon …

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  • 133Blogger's Code of Conduct — The Blogger s Code of Conduct is a proposal by Tim O Reilly for bloggers to enforce civility on their bloggers by being civil themselves and moderating comments on their blog. The code was proposed due to threats made to blogger Kathy Sierra… …

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  • 134Singapore Armed Forces Long Service and Good Conduct (20 Years) Medal — Infobox Military Award name=SAF Long Service and Good Conduct (20 Years) Medal caption=Medal and ribbon awarded by=Singapore type=Medal eligibility=Members of the Singapore Armed Forces for=20 years service campaign= status=Currently issued… …

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  • 135Singapore Armed Forces Long Service and Good Conduct (10 Years) Medal — Infobox Military Award name=SAF Long Service and Good Conduct (10 Years) Medal caption=Obverse (left) and reverse (right) of Medal and ribbon (bottom) awarded by=Singapore type=Medal eligibility=Members of the Singapore Armed Forces for=10 years… …

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  • 136The Code of Conduct and the Vietnam Prisoners of War — The Code of Conduct and the Vietnam War is a report from an individual research project conducted by John S. McCain, Commander, United States Navy, at the National War College. It has a 44 pages and was released on April 8, 1974.The purpose of… …

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  • 137Safe conduct — is the situation in time of international conflict or war where one state, a party to such conflict, issues to a person, usually an enemy state s subject, a pass or document to allow the enemy alien to traverse its territory without harassment,… …

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  • 138The Tyco Guide to Ethical Conduct — has been developed to advise employees on what the correct practices and procedures are, when working for Tyco, the guide also outlines examples of unethical behaviour and ways in which it can be reported. On May 6th 2003 the guide was rolled out …

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  • 139Distinguished Conduct Star — Ribbon bar of the award Awarded by …

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  • 140Code of Conduct for Clearing and Settlement — The European Code of Conduct for Clearing and Settlement (Code of Conduct) is an initiative of European securities exchanges, clearing houses and central securities depositories to set a uniform rules for trading, clearing, settlement and custody …

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