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Synonyms for discipline

Synonyms for discipline

something, such as loss, pain, or confinement, imposed for wrongdoing

an area of academic study that is part of a larger body of learning

to impart knowledge and skill to

to subject (one) to a penalty for a wrong

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In an article posted by Merlie Dacunos, non-uniformed personnel of the CPPO, she said that the discipline zone is a way of encouraging the community to obey local ordinances and laws.
- Regularly inspect and inspect public duties in the implementation of discipline, administrative discipline and office culture at agencies and affiliated units; associating the results of implementing this Directive with the quality assessment, emulation and commendation review of agencies and units.
Our economic woes are also a consequence of lack of fiscal and planning discipline. The corruption in government, lower courts and politics is also a consequence of poor moral discipline.
In 2019, Azerbaijan Gymnastics Federation has already hosted a series of large-scale events in various gymnastic disciplines. For instance, Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships washeld on February 16-17.
As a writer, I have to discipline myself to sit at my computer and write.
What makes the pains of discipline joyful is what the envisioned end.
Author E.L Discipline goes over his book in detail, stating: "In my third book, Discipline's World, I've illustrated a colorful and imaginative description of a Dominant man that commands the environment of BDSM, while living a successful life of a powerful business executive.
Based on the above design pattern, the MDO framework is decomposed into three parts: framework level, architecture level, and discipline level.
Disciplines covered include social sciences (political science, sociology, anthropology, and psychology, as well as economics); business fields (finance, accounting, marketing, and management); mathematics-related fields (operations research, statistics, computer science, and mathematics); and a group of "other sciences" (multidisciplinary science, public health, medicine, and physics).
"The importance we place on market discipline is strongly reflected in our prudential framework, where we have less intrusive supervision than is standard internationally."
where [Bid.sub.j] is the bid value of the j(th) clustering module for the selected discipline; [summation][I.sub.j] stands for the sum of the interactions among the system discipline and all disciplines in the j(th) clustering module; [N.sub.j] is the number of disciplines in the j(th) clustering module; [[lambda].sub.d] represents the interactive weight exponent; and [[lambda].sub.b] refers to the bid exponent of the clustering module.
The theory of market discipline, which generally asserts that self-interested creditors can provide substantial assistance in reining in the risk-taking of banks, has been a foundational principle of bank prudential regulation since at least the late 1980s.
PEC has divided 25 registered disciplines into 8 groups each having 1 major discipline.
Deferred Discipline is a type of less punitive discipline authorized by the Texas Legislature to resolve minor violations of the Nursing Practice Act (NPA) and Board Rules.
Abu Dhabi: Through military discipline, recruits will gain physical strength, endurance, knowledge, and spirit.
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