established mode

See: formality
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In such cases as this, it is, I believe, the established mode to express a sense of obligation for the sentiments avowed, however unequally they may be returned.
The route for diesel synthesis could also run parallel to fairly established mode of making ethanol from garbage.
Every system and procedure is meant to ensure justice to the parties, he added saying hearing of M/s Bahria Towns through their counsel is an established mode of dispensation of justice, which has also been denied to the M/s Bahria Town in this case.
Peritoneal dialysis (PD) is an established mode of renal replacement therapy in end stage renal disease (ERSD).
Yet at the same time, few artists have thought as strategically as Smithson about the relationship between extra-institutional gestures and the gallery environment--about how best to manipulate established modes of display to excite the network of references he conjured among the various artifacts, activities, and locations involved in his work.
Smith shows how the artists associated with Cook's voyages worked within established modes of representation, or (one might less fashionably express it) were subject to style.
Software Industry Center researchers will examine a variety of issues that may affect established modes of competition, including: Innovation and Competition; Software Development Practices; Talent; Workforce and Human Capital; and Globalization.
The older ones with a respected track record, interdisciplinary representation, and established modes of procedure tend to be less vulnerable to pressures to safeguard the institution at the expense of their distinctive ethical mission.
These prints engage the viewer by drawing on established modes of spectatorship, reconfigured as allegory.
The same goes for fiction, and Antin, while talking, constructs fictions that are real (which is to say, they are true), yet he does so without deference (although most certainly not without reference) to established modes of exposition.
Michael Dell of Dell Computers has said that the Internet will become as indispensable to business as electricity, and it is difficult to dispute this, as established modes of communication have given way to high-speed Internet networks.
At the same time as discussing areas in which Birtwistle's stance is vulnerable, Adlington also considers in an engaging way the composer's technical preoccupations with issues such as layers, sections, and heterophony by suggesting they seek to move beyond procedures associated with established modes of bourgeois subjectivity.