abidance


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Synonyms for abidance

acting according to certain accepted standards

the act of dwelling in a place

the act of abiding (enduring without yielding)

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Similarly, while discussing rule abidance in the context of issues of race and ethnicity in the United States (US), Portillo (2011) shows that SLBs of color abide more by the rules because of fear of escalation.
Karnataka [India], Nov 25 ( ANI ): In a bid to promote abidance to road safety rules, police in Karnataka's Kalaburagi district gave roses to people following traffic norms.
Teltronic, significant part of the Sepura Group, has declared the abidance of its complete portfolio of onboard items with new European standard EN 45545.
20 (SUNA) - The State Minister at the Ministry of Oil and gas Engineer Mahmoud Abdal-Rahman has underlined his ministry abidance with the international standards and the environment protection act as they are provided for in all the agreements and contracts.
Tunisia stands in full solidarity with the UAE and demands that the seat of the diplomatic mission be evacuated, in abidance by international conventions and resolutions.
"The only way out is the abidance of Maliki with internal and external demands and leave the way for others to form the new government", he confirmed.
He urged law abidance, stressing the need to fight sleaze and graft and foster transparency, integrity and accountability to protect public money.
Saying they are fighting for the future of their generation, the students formulated a list of long-term demands, such as better education, "bulidng of up to date and independent state institutions," as well as "abidance by the rules of morality and responsibility."
He said the new directive is in abidance by the provisions of the constitution, valid laws and the principles of transparency and fairness that will govern the Jan.
"The high percentage of abidance which stood at 99.75 underscores the increasing level of awareness among employers at the local labour market of requirements of occupational health safety," he noted.
It occurs as a result of the influences exerted by the object's behavior or attitude and includes abidance, compliance, and obedience.
Taipei, April 30, 2012 (CENS)--To curb the simmering housing-price hike, the Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) is comprehensively checking the extension of realty loans by domestic banks, to assure their abidance of the regulations of the FSC concerning realty loans.
Implementation of democratic reforms requires abidance by laws from the authorities and citizens.
Abidance of Jewish law necessitates that animals are treated with kindness and respect.
The first step must be the supervision of ministers and their abidance by the laws," he added.