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CONDUCT, law of nations. This term is used in the phrase safe conduct, to signify the security given, by authority of the government, under the great seal, to a stranger, for his quietly coming into and passing out of the territories over which it has jurisdiction. A safe conduct differs from a passport; the former is given to enemies, the latter to friends or citizens.

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He said that the development and voluntary implementation of a consensual, diverse and modern code of conduct for media and journalists will not only promote responsible journalism but will also increase trust of people and political institutions in media.
The Long Service and Good Conduct medals were awarded to candidates who, with unquestionable conduct, had served in the police service for a continuous period of 18 years.
Despite formulation of strict rules and their enforcement in the election Act 2017 and the consent of the political parties while drawing out the rules of code of conduct prior to election, ECP acutely failed to get them implemented in their true letter and spirit.
He said that 14 FIRs had also been got lodged on different violations of code of conduct, including exhibition of fire arms, against the violators.
The district administration directed Chaudhry Nisar to follow the code of conduct.
During the past 15 years, a census has been conducted in almost all UN member countries, however, only a handful among major countries have not done so.
In table 7, according to branch of sport, t-test results for independent groups of high school students' points, belonging to physical education lesson sportsmanlike conduct were given.
This 'Code of Conduct' has an important role to play in promoting ethical behavior and standards of conduct; affirming the use of sound dealing practices and procedures; supporting robust and efficient front and back office operations; and mitigating risks from the point of execution to settlement.
The objective of introducing this 'Code of Conduct' is to foster high standard of business conduct, adopt good market practices and ensure equitable and healthy relationships among market participants.
Adding in the volunteer labor used by non-profit organizations would produce a lower revenues/employee + volunteer number for both types, but potentially more so for the organizations that conduct reuse sales only, widening this disparity.
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