rule-abiding

See: obedient
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One of the few agencies that monitor and hold these nuclear sites accountable for rule-abiding operations is under attack internally.
But for once, Chuck discarded his rule-abiding personality and did what his brother would do: Record a felon confessing to his crime without his knowledge.
We want to find out how much significance is attached in the company to ethical and rule-abiding behavior and, in that context, the roles played by hierarchy and orientation in achieving certain goals," says Prof.
Russia's participation in the battle against ISIS -- and its return to the rule-abiding ranks of the international community -- may be worth the price.
Russia's participation in the battle against the IS -- and its return to the rule-abiding ranks of the international community -- may be worth the price.
One such opportunity was the third corollary--the opportunity to bring Iran in from the cold, where it could be transformed from a radical, nuclear-proliferating, renegade state into a rule-abiding, status quo partner in the fight against the jihadists.
What started out as a 'superb' campsite has deteriorated into a 'nightmare' for the present franchisee, who is constantly at odds with the CTO -- not to mention many 'lawless' tenants -- at the cost of rule-abiding tenants.
Our inspectional campaigns are still continuing to ensure that consumers' rights are maintained and rule-abiding merchandisers are supported," Al Boom said.
This unruly behaviour causes problems for rule-abiding motorists.
However, rather than target the careless smokers, they are targeting rule-abiding residents like myself.
Ermida argues "both at a linguistic and pragmatic level, then, literary humor lies in the gap that separates the rule-abiding recipient from the rule-infringing sender" (142.
It is their business to be up-to-speed on the latest in sophisticated rule-abiding.