rules of conduct

See: decorum
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His brow, upon which his little court read, as upon that of a god, all the movements of his soul, and thence drew rules of conduct, -- his brow, upon which affairs of state never impressed a wrinkle, was this evening paler than usual, and more than one friendly eye remarked that pallor.
To be brief, I led the aimless drifting life of a young, provincial thrown into the heart of a great city; still retaining some good and true feeling, still clinging more or less to the observance of certain rules of conduct, still fighting in vain against the debasing influence of evil examples, though I offered but a feeble, half- hearted resistance, for the enemy had accomplices within me.
Her husband made a gesture for her to find one of those brief rules of conduct, which have been received among all Christian nations as the direct mandates of the Creator, and which have been found so just, that even they, who deny their high authority, admit their wisdom.
I was very young, and associated only with the young, and we were a thoughtless, gay set, without any strict rules of conduct.
Disregarding the severe rules of conduct in such cases Monsieur George approached his adversary and addressed him directly.
The FAS came to the conclusion that the rules of conduct proposed by the members of the Charter when choosing a supplier go beyond the framework already established by the Ministry of Finance of Russia and the Federal Tax Service of Russia to provide a voluntary risk assessment of taxpayers.
Summary: Jerusalem [Israel], July 19 (ANI): Jerusalem Police ordered that the Temple Mount be closed for Jewish worshipers after a group of Jewish visitors breached the rules of conduct of the holy site.
CFP Board's peer-review disciplinary process is both fair and equitable, and allows CFP professionals to determine when one of their peers has violated CFP Board's Rules of Conduct.
Lord Sewel was in charge of tough new rules of conduct in the House of Lords.
Mr Azher Shareef MRICS Property Link Professional Surveys Ltd and; Property Link (Professional Property Services) Ltd Birmingham Disciplinary Panel - 26 November 2014 On 26 November 2014 the Panel heard a case against Mr Azher Shareef MRICS, Property Link Professional Surveys Ltd and Property Link (Professional Property Services) Ltd contrary to Rule 3 of the Rules of Conduct for Members 2007 and Rules 3 & 9 of the Rules of Conduct for Firms 2007, which concerned allegations of trading whilst suspended as a regulated firm and without appropriate insurance.
A major improvement of the revised code is the creation of three sections for members in different areas of practice, to assist accounting professionals in each group to determine whether they are in violation of any of the rules of conduct.
Calla, asked the bench to frame rules of conduct for retired judges, prescribe consequences for violations and also bring serving and retired judges, who are outside the SC precincts, under the ambit of the anti- sexual harassment panel constituted as per the Vishaka guidelines.