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  • 161Queen's Commendation for Brave Conduct — Infobox Military Award name=Queen s Commendation for Brave Conduct caption=Insignia civil (left) and Military (right) awarded by=United Kingdom and Commonwealth type= Medal eligibility= all for= gallantry entailing risk to life and meriting… …

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  • 162Sportsmanlike conduct — (or rarely, sportspersonlike conduct, may refer to:* Broadly, comporting oneself with sportsmanship, the sporting ethos * Narrowly, avoiding violation of unsportsmanlike conduct rules in a sport …

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  • 163No Code of Conduct — Directed by Bret Michaels Produced by Danny Dimbort Charlie Sheen Shane Stanley Boaz Davidson Avi Le …

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  • 164Disorderly conduct — ist in fast allen Bundesstaaten der Vereinigten Staaten ein Straftatbestand, mit dem die „Belästigung der Allgemeinheit“ unter Strafe gestellt werden kann. Disorderly conduct wird typischerweise als Vergehen klassifiziert und milde bestraft. Die… …

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  • 165code of conduct — codes of conduct N COUNT The code of conduct for a group or organization is an agreement on rules of behaviour for the members of that group or organization. Doctors in Britain say a new code of conduct is urgently needed to protect the doctor… …

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  • 166culpable conduct — /kalpabal/ Blamable; censurable; criminal; at fault; involving the breach of a legal duty or the commission of a fault. That which is deserving of moral blame. Such conduct normally involves something more than simple negligence and implies… …

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  • 167disorderly conduct — A term of loose and indefinite meaning (except when defined by statutes), but signifying generally any behavior that is contrary to law, and more particularly such as tends to disturb the public peace or decorum, scandalize the community, or… …

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  • 168culpable conduct — /kalpabal/ Blamable; censurable; criminal; at fault; involving the breach of a legal duty or the commission of a fault. That which is deserving of moral blame. Such conduct normally involves something more than simple negligence and implies… …

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  • 169disorderly conduct — A term of loose and indefinite meaning (except when defined by statutes), but signifying generally any behavior that is contrary to law, and more particularly such as tends to disturb the public peace or decorum, scandalize the community, or… …

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  • 170inequitable conduct — A course of conduct contrary to the principles of equity. Unconscionable conduct; unfairness; conduct prompted by bad motive. 27 Am J2d Eq § 138 …

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  • 171Safe-conduct — Safe con duct, n. [Safe + conduct: cf. F. sauf conduit.] That which gives a safe passage; either (a) a convoy or guard to protect a person in an enemy s country or a foreign country, or (b) a writing, pass, or warrant of security, given to a… …

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  • 172safe-conduct — noun Etymology: Middle English sauf conduit, from Anglo French, safe conduct Date: 14th century 1. protection given a person passing through a military zone or occupied area 2. a document authorizing safe conduct …

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  • 173How to Conduct an Election by the Single Transferable Vote — is a book first published by the Electoral Reform Society (ERS) by Robert A. Newland and Frank S. Britton in 1973. The book was later reprinted by the ERS in 1976 and 1997. The book provides precise instructions to Returning Officers on how to… …

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  • 174United States House Committee on Standards of Official Conduct — The Committee on Standards of Official Conduct, often known simply as the Ethics Committee, is one of the committees of the United States House of Representatives. CompositionThe committee has an equal number of members from each party, unlike… …

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  • 175The Conduct of Life — is a collection of essays by Ralph Waldo Emerson published in 1860. It emphasized the life of Emerson, and his family, to a harsher shade of light.External links* [http://www.archive.org/details/conductlife00emerrich The Conduct of Life ndash;… …

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  • 176International Code of Conduct against Ballistic Missile Proliferation — The International Code of Conduct against Ballistic Missile Proliferation (ICOC), also known as the Hague Code of Conduct, was established November 25 2002 as an arrangement to prevent the proliferation of ballistic missiles.Originally signed by… …

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  • 177Armed Forces Conduct Medal — Infobox Military Award name=Armed Forces Conduct Medal caption awarded by=the Republic of the Philippines type=Medal eligibility=Military Personnel (enlisted personnel only) for=2 successful re enlistment terms w/o derogatory records campaign=… …

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  • 178Criminal Sexual Conduct — refers to criminal activities with a sexual component. This more modern catchall term encompasses rape, sexual battery, molestation, and so on. In some states, criminal sexual conduct is charged by degree, e.g., first degree, second degree …

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  • 179The Conduct of Major Maxim — Infobox Book name = The Conduct of Major Maxim title orig = translator = image caption = 1993 UK paperback cover author = Gavin Lyall illustrator = cover artist = country = United Kingdom language = English series = Harry Maxim subject = genre =… …

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  • 180Distinguished Conduct Medal — Cette décoration est créée le 4 décembre 1854 pour la Guerre de Crimée par la reine Victoria. Elle est décernée aux sous officiers et aux hommes et femmes servant dans toutes les forces armées, pour conduite distinguée en campagne. Elle se situe… …

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