proper behavior

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The suspect was chosen as a preventive measure in the form of a written undertaking not to leave and proper behavior.
It's really about setting the right tone and having the proper behavior," he said.
Every public officer should be an example of integrity and proper behavior,' the Ombudsman said in the ruling.
The pardon aims to urge the prisoner to pursue proper behavior within the prison and to respond to rehabilitation programs in order to enable him to return to normal life as a good member of society.
Senfronia Thompson and Garnet Coleman, would require the groups to learn about the duties of law enforcement officers, civilians' rights and proper behavior during interactions.
The proper behavior all through the holiday season is to be drunk.
We also hope to raise awareness among the community about the proper behavior and safe responses on emergency conditions.
Synopsis: "How to Be: Six Simple Rules for Being the Best Kid You Can Be" is the first collection of abridged versions of Munro Leaf's most popular children's guides to proper behavior.
At a time when younger men and boys face uncertainty about proper behavior toward women, this can show them how valuable their perception as men of good character can be.
Banks describes public shaming rituals performed by common people who believed that they were pursuing customary practice to maintain proper behavior in their community.
There are situations in which kids can be active and have fun, but church is a solemn place where children should be taught proper behavior.