ground rules


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To prevent this from happening, each requires ground rules so that promising ideas are protected until they can stand on their own.
A community that says, regardless of what happens in the rest of the world, that it can never again change its ground rules, that community simply can't survive.
The ground rules will be set in writing before the players leave for the Ashes in Australia this winter.
I think he is setting some ground rules for his future with Kate," the Daily Express quoted Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty magazine, as saying.
9th, delegates adopted the ground rules for administering the Kyoto Protocol and reached agreement on text for future action.
Primarily because ID "violates the centuries-old ground rules of science by invoking and permitting supernatural causation" (p.
Recent changes in federal law have created new ground rules for corporate trade secrets, meaning that CEOs and CFOS are now open to personal liability, warns attorney R.
For instance, black parents are more likely than white parents to set ground rules regarding tobacco use for their children, and are less likely to assume that teens will inevitably experiment with smoking.
The same ground rules were set for each group, being the general rules of polite communication such as turn taking, no offensive language and respecting different opinions.
Putting It On Paper: The Ground Rules for Creating Promotional Pieces that Sell Books
WASHINGTON, March 16 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Carriers' Conference Committee (NCCC) has filed for mediation after a Teamsters-led union coalition refused to bargain on issues of substance until a detailed set of needless ground rules are resolved.
Kalikow added, "If other developers are interested in bidding, they too must comply with the same ground rules contained in the bid documents.