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discipline

(Field of study), noun area of education, area of learning, branch of instruction, branch of knowlldge, course, curriculum, doctrine, education, field of interrst, field of learning, learning, lore, teaching

discipline

(Obedience), noun acquiescence, constancy, constraint, control, curb, deference, disciplina, dutifulness, faithfulness, fidelity, limitation, loyalty, malleability, nonresistance, obsequiousness, pliancy, repression, restraint, self-command, self-denial, self-direction, self-mastery, self-restraint, servility, stoicism, strength of character, strength of will, submission, submissiveness, subordination to rules, will power
Associated concepts: disciplinary proceeding

discipline

(Punishment), noun amercement, chastening, chastisement, correction, deprivation, judgment, just deserts, penal retribution, penalty, penance, penology, reprimand, reproof, retribution, rettibutive justice, scourge, suffering, trial

discipline

(Training), noun coaching, conditioning, conduct, cultivation, development, diligent exercise, diliient practice, drill, drilling, exercise, grooming, guidance, inculcation, indoctrination, initiation, instruction, practice, preparation, qualification, readying, regulation, rehearsal, schooling, system of drill, systematic training

discipline

(Control), verb administer, bridle, bring to a state of obedience, bring under subjection, check, command, curb, direct, dominate, exercere, exercise direction over, govern, govern strictly, harness, hold in leash, hold in line, limit, make toe the line, manage, muzzle, oversee, pull in, regulate, rein in, restrain, restrict, stand over, subjugate, superintend, supervise

discipline

(Punish), verb administer correction, bring to retribution, call to account, carry out a sentence, chasten, chastise, correct, deal retributive justice, exact a penalty, exact retribution, execute a sentence, exeeute judgment, execute justice, get even with, give one his deserts, impose a penalty, inflict penalty, inflict penance upon, make an example of, penalize, reprove, scourge, sentence, subject to punishment, take to task, visit punishhent
Associated concepts: deterrence, disciplinary proceeding, isolation, rehabilitation, retribution

discipline

(Train), verb accustom, break in, bring up, coach, condition, cultivate, direct, educate, enlighten, form, foster, give directions, give instructions, give lessons in, groom, guide, habituate, impress upon the mind, indoctrinate, infuse, instill, instituere, instruct, nurture, prepare, put through paces, qualify, raise, ready, rear, school, show, train by instruction
See also: castigate, comport, compulsion, condemn, control, correction, criterion, edify, educate, force, inculcate, labor, manage, method, moderate, penalize, practice, punish, punishment, regulate, regulation, reprisal, restraint, rigor, rule, sanction, science, study, subdue, supervision
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If one is illustrating the resources of the university, all disciplines should get the opportunity to show off.
The study of the "occult" has engaged, in a variety of ways, disciplines that include philosophy, theology, the history of astronomy, anthropology, the history of science, and art history.
Polymer technology was essentially regarded as an extension of polymer science, but this, as many will agree, is not a true representation of the two disciplines.
Grand theory is defined as a set of theories or generalizations that transcend the borders of disciplines to explain relationships among phenomena.
Regardless of the makeup of its adjudication process, every department adheres essentially to the same method--it compares the act of employee misconduct to prohibited behavior outlined in the official code of conduct and imposes suitable discipline.
The authors, Jon Roberts and James Turner, point out that various disciplines and subdisciplines emerged over time to accommodate the research interests of scientists so that science eventually achieved a "disciplinary autonomy" (25).
Perhaps the reason a spirituality of work has not gained greater credence and adherence is that, unlike with many other spiritualities, its practitioners have not developed a series of disciplines that other people can follow to make such a spirituality a reality in their daily lives.
Selection criteria mandate equitable distribution among the art disciplines and equal representation of women, minority, and other groups, as well as equitable geographical representation.
Figure 2 reports that four disciplines are perceived to be important to the medical center in achieving its business strategy and effective in what the medical center does.
Ethics in the management of health care institutions thus complements the other disciplines of management with the discipline of asking, always and again and again, "What ought the morality of health care institutions to be?
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