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  • 181personal conduct — noun a) A set of precepts that one individual tries to observe in daily life. For example, precepts of preserving human life, speaking truthfully, or being nice to people. His personal conduct is above reproach. b) The way a person behaves. His… …

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  • 182Committee for Privileges and Conduct — The Committee for Privileges and Conduct is a select committee of the House of Lords in the Parliament of the United Kingdom. The committee s remit is to make recommendations to the House on complaints of breach of parliamentary privilege. The… …

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  • 183Financial Conduct Authority — The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA),[1] previously known as the Consumer Protection and Markets Authority (CPMA), is a future agency of the Government of the United Kingdom, formed as one of the successors to the Financial Services… …

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  • 184Mortgage Conduct of Business rules — The Mortgage Conduct of Business rules (MCOB) govern the relationship between mortgage lenders and borrowers in the United Kingdom. They were issued by The Financial Services Authority in October 2003. They apply to Regulated Mortgage Contracts… …

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  • 185Outrageous government conduct — is a criminal defense that presupposes the defendant s predisposition to commit the crime but seeks dismissal of the indictment on the ground that the conduct of law enforcement agents was so outrageous that due process principles would… …

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  • 186immoral conduct — n. Conduct that is willful, flagrant, or shameless, and in disregard of the moral opinions of respectable members of the community. The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008 …

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  • 187safe-conduct — n. to issue a safe conduct * * * [ˌseɪf kɒndʌkɪ] to issue a safe conduct …

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  • 188safe conduct — UK / US noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms safe conduct : singular safe conduct plural safe conducts safe passage …

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  • 189Model Rules of Professional Conduct — Rules adopted by the American Bar Association in 1983, with technical amendments adopted in 1987, which provide comprehensive treatment of professional conduct in the form of rules as to what an attorney may and may not do in dealing with the… …

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  • 190Model Rules of Professional Conduct — Rules adopted by the American Bar Association in 1983, with technical amendments adopted in 1987, which provide comprehensive treatment of professional conduct in the form of rules as to what an attorney may and may not do in dealing with the… …

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  • 191improper conduct — Such conduct as a man of ordinary and reasonable care and prudence, would not have been guilty of, under the circumstances, par ticularly, conduct which is immoral. Palmer v Concord, 48 NH 211, 214. See immorality …

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  • 192safe-conduct — [sāf′kän′dukt] n. [ME saufconduit < OFr: see SAFE & CONDUCT] 1. permission to travel through a dangerous area, as in time of war, with protection against arrest or harm 2. a written pass giving such permission 3. the act of conducting in… …

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  • 193Distinguished Conduct Medal — noun Date: 1862 a British military decoration awarded for distinguished conduct in the field …

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  • 194Improper Conduct — Mauvaise Conduite Directed by Néstor Almendros Orlando Jiménez Leal Release date(s) 1984 Mauvaise Conduite or Improper Conduct is a 1984 documentary film directed by Néstor Almendros and Orlando Jiménez Leal. The documentary interviews Cuba …

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  • 195Essay on the fingering of the violoncello and on the conduct of the bow — Essai sur le doigté du violoncelle et sur la conduite de l archet ( Essay on the fingering of the violoncello and on the conduct of the bow ) is a seminal work of cello technique, by the French cellist and pedagogue Jean Louis Duport, dating from …

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  • 196Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War (Timeline 191) — The Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War appears as a United States governmental committee in Harry Turtledove s alternate history novels of the United States of America and the Confederate States of America, known popularly as the Timeline… …

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  • 197Этические принципы психологов и кодекс поведения (редакция 1992 г.) (The ethical principles of psychologists and code of conduct (1992 revision)) — История. Этический кодекс Американской психол. ассоц. (АРА), принятый в 1953 г., стал одним из первых такого рода кодексов профессионального поведения. Откликнувшись на неуклонно возраставшую потребность в официальном этическом кодексе, Н. Хобс… …

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  • 198Code of Conduct — bezeichnet: allgemein einen Verhaltenskodex Titel eines 1999 für den Philip K. Dick Award nominierten Science Fiction Romans von Kristine Smith Titel einer Making of Dokumentation über den Film Eine Frage der Ehre (A Few Good Men) von 2001 …

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  • 199Distinguished Conduct Medal — Brit. Mil. a decoration awarded for distinguished conduct in operations in the field against an enemy. Abbr.: D.C.M. * * * …

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  • 200safe-conduct — /sayf kon dukt/, n. 1. a document authorizing safe passage through a region, esp. in time of war. 2. this privilege. 3. the act of conducting in safety. [1250 1300; ME sauf condut < MF sauf conduit] * * * ▪ international law       procedure by&#8230; …

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