conduct

  • 101 conduct oneself — Syn: behave, act, acquit oneself, bear oneself …

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  • 102 conduct yourself — formal to behave in a particular way He has conducted himself with dignity …

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  • 103 conduct conducing — /ˌkɒndʌkt kənˈdjusɪŋ/ (say .kondukt kuhn dyoohsing) noun wilful neglect or misconduct on the part of a petitioner in a suit for divorce or legal separation which is judged to have condoned the alleged offence of the respondent …

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  • 104 conduct sheet — /ˈkɒndʌkt ʃit/ (say kondukt sheet) noun one of a soldier s personal documents which lists offences against military law and punishments awarded …

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  • 105 conduct, estoppel by — See equitable estoppel …

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  • 106 conduct money — In English practice, money paid to a witness who has been subpoenaed on a trial, sufficient to defray the reasonable expenses of going to, staying at, and returning from the place of trial …

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  • 107 conduct-money — Money paid to a witness to reimburse him for expenses …

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  • 108 conduct money — noun : money paid or to pay for conveyance or for traveling expenses (as of a witness or a man newly enlisted); especially : a tax levied by Charles I to defray expenses of transporting men to the point of mobilization of the king s army compare… …

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  • 109 conduct-money — …

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  • 110 Good Conduct Medal — Good Conduct medals Awarded by United States Armed Forces Type Medal …

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  • 111 Good Conduct Medal — Décerné par …

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  • 112 Reserve Good Conduct Medal — Awarded by U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Coast Guard …

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  • 113 Misleading or deceptive conduct — (often referred to as just misleading conduct) is a doctrine of Australian law. Section 18 of the Australian Consumer Law (ACL), which is found in schedule 2 of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (formerly the Trade Practices Act 1974)… …

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  • 114 Reserve Good Conduct Medal — Décerné par …

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  • 115 Distinguished Conduct Medal — Distinguished Conduct Medal …

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  • 116 Code of Conduct (affiliate marketing) — The Publisher Code of Conduct or Code of Conduct is a guideline for ethical online advertising. It was released by the affiliate networks Commission Junction, now part of ValueClick (NYSE:VCLK), but an independent company at that time, BeFree, a… …

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  • 117 Disorderly conduct — For the program broadcast by SpikeTV, see Disorderly Conduct: Video on Patrol. Disorderly conduct is a criminal charge in most jurisdictions in the United States. Typically, disorderly conduct makes it a crime to be drunk in public, to disturb… …

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  • 118 National 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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  • 119 Good 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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  • 120 disorderly 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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