discipline


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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

Synonyms for discipline

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Maybe art history, this beautiful discipline, should occasionally pass through these moments, these anachronistic tests--dangerous moments, true, because they destabilize and violently "de-identify" their object, making it suddenly "strangely uncanny.
Obviously similar discussions should accompany every activity within each of the five communication disciplines (e.
But consistent attacks on the NEA by vocal, yet small, groups of politicians who have no working knowledge of the art disciplines they disparage, have challenged the NCA in its purpose of helping the NEA use its limited resources efficiently, and with maximum impact.
Here are a few more: the discipline of "dealing with others as you would have them deal with you"; the discipline of "balancing our work, personal, family, community, and church responsibilities"; the discipline of "working to make the system work"; the discipline of "engaging in personal and professional development.
This is but one part of the increasing complexity of what might legitimately be referred to as the discipline of information studies.
But the other parts of the company deserve a lot of discipline, and what often happens is they become second or third priorities.
Polymer technology was essentially regarded as an extension of polymer science, but this, as many will agree, is not a true representation of the two disciplines.
The authors, Jon Roberts and James Turner, point out that various disciplines and subdisciplines emerged over time to accommodate the research interests of scientists so that science eventually achieved a "disciplinary autonomy" (25).
Candidates with a doctorate or equivalent in any field are eligible, and they may propose research projects in any discipline.
First published by Broadman Press in 1962, James Leo Garrett's revision of Baptist Church Discipline is as timely in 2005 as it was forty-three years ago.
At risk" they continue, "is not only [Greenspan's] reputation for fiscal discipline, but also the hard-earned independence of the Federal Reserve System.
Urban, African American male adolescents experience disproportionately higher rates of discipline referrals, suspension, and expulsion, which have been attributed to numerous ecological factors, including cultural conflicts and misunderstandings between the student's culture of origin and school.
A proposed law in Ohio giving teachers and school staff immunity from lawsuits arising from discipline issues has sparked renewed controversy over how to protect students' rights and still keep teachers in control of their classrooms.
I am delighted to welcome you today to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and to this conference, "Beyond Pillar 3 in International Banking Regulation: Disclosure and Market Discipline of Financial Firms.
One need only look to the discipline or departmental reports included in a typical hospital discharge packet to see the duplication and lack of coordination among the many disciplines participating in the care of a hospitalized patient.
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