severe discipline

See: austerity
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Captain Nemo set the example, and submitted first to this severe discipline.
I hoped that the active and laborious life of a smuggler, with the severe discipline on board, would have a salutary effect on his character, which was now well-nigh, if not quite, corrupt.
Better to exercise severe discipline early so you can relax in middle age.
The CCRB described that punishment as "the least severe discipline, often recommended for officers.
Soldiers in the British Army risked severe discipline for taking photographs on the battlefield.
The decision will make it much more likely that employees will fight severe discipline for marijuana use and employers will have a greater challenge in justifying discipline in the future.
The most severe discipline is termination of the respondent's IREM membership.
An initial domestic violence offense will draw a six-week ban without pay, although the memo says ''more severe discipline will be imposed if there are aggravating circumstances such as the presence or use of a weapon, choking, repeated striking, or when the act is committed against a pregnant woman or in the presence of a child.
For organizations that don't have the resources to effectively monitor all their third-party relationships, Kroll recommends responding to bribery- or corruption-related incidents with a thorough investigation and the most severe discipline possible.
Wharton, who quit the Army earlier this year, said that Harry later warned the tormentors that they would face severe discipline if they continued their violent threats.
The individuals do not face ridicule or severe discipline.

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