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disciplinary

(Educational), adjective academic, didactic, didactical, doctrinal, educative, informative, instructional, instructive, paedeutic, pedagogic, pedagogical, preceptive, preceptoral, scholastic, training, tuitionary, tutorial

disciplinary

(Punitory), adjective amercing, chastening, corrective, inflictive, penal, penological, punishing, punitive, reformational, reformative, regulatory, retaliatory, retributive, talionic
Associated concepts: disciplinary action, disciplinary hearrng, disciplinary power, disciplinary proceeding
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It recognized that the company had not disciplinarily discharged Shioda; that he had violated work rules without a satisfactory reason; that the company had suffered therefrom; and that Shioda had not dealt with the incident honestly.
Even the range of his work is impressive - stretching geographically from India to Latin America, chronologically from the late 18th century to the late 20th century, and disciplinarily from labour history, through peasant studies, to world history.
The Ospreys, despite the Henson circus over the last few days, did have some good news yesterday, with the decision by an independent Celtic Rugby disciplinarily panel to overturn the four-point deduction they started the season with after the postponement of a Magners League game against Ulster due to a lack of front-row cover Edwin Glasgow QC chaired an appeal committee in London and a Magners League statement insisted yesterday: "The appeal committee's decision is final and there is no further right of appeal for either party.
They have also sought a disciplinarily broad approach to law in selecting cases, writing notes, and defining problems and have included some emphasis on statutory interpretation.
The reduced dropout rate holds both for those who show no signs of problems as sophomores and for those who as sophomores are academically or disciplinarily at risk of dropping out.
The statement then asserts, "Artists who use ceramic materials are less and less background specific and disciplinarily self-conscious and more interested in using material for a specific reason.
1) Generally, biotechnology is an umbrella term implicating diverse disciplinarily convergences ranging from molecular biology, genetics, genomics, pharmacogenomics, to other sub-sets and specific classifications such as agricultural biotechnology, plant biotechnology and marine biotechnology, to name a few.
Bolstering training opportunities for researchers in interdisciplinary programs; recruiting disciplinarily trained researchers to engage in the field and foster multidisciplinary collaborative relationships; improving translational research; and promoting understanding of HSR contributions are all strategies that will contribute to expanding the capacity of the field to meet future needs.
Nevertheless, this is a skilfully written, wide-ranging, and well-organized book whose author has effortlessly assembled a disciplinarily eclectic analytical toolkit to produce some of the most interesting, insightful, refreshing, and (unexpectedly) accessible interpretations of contemporary politics in Singapore.
At length, "America" has been disciplinarily and historically understood as a domestic question, one that can afford to be isolated, unique, or divorced from international conflict.
Cultural studies has thus taken on a disciplinarily flexible and capacious charge within the interdisciplinary field of Asian American studies alongside and against a more disciplined history and a more empirically charged social sciences.
These chapters coalesce only partially, and the reader is forced to jump between two methodologically and disciplinarily distinct projects that are here fused together somewhat artificially.