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improper, often rude behavior

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Under its influence she became almost religious, and caused some anxiety about her health to her mother, who was puzzled by her unwonted seriousness, and, in particular, by her determination not to speak of the misconduct of Trefusis, which was now the prevailing topic of conversation in the family.
He brought back intelligence that the young squire was laid up with the complicated evils of a broken head and certain contusions (occasioned by a fall - of which he did not trouble himself to relate the particulars - and the subsequent misconduct of his horse), and a severe cold, the consequence of lying on the wet ground in the rain; but there were no broken bones, and no immediate prospects of dissolution.
The department gave examples of how many instances of misconduct a recruit might have before requiring a waiver: one major misconduct requires a waiver; two misconducts requires a waiver; one misconduct, along with four non-traffic offenses, requires a waiver.
If an offense like grand theft auto is a felony in most states, it would be classified as "major misconduct," Carr said.
He also said the department has found that problems with recruits are more likely to happen with those who have a pattern of minor offenses rather than with those who have only a single major misconduct offense.
The majority of misconducts (72%) were categorised as disruptive or destructive behaviour, and another 15% involved alcohol or drugs.
Institutional rule violations or misconducts are a measure of the risk a prisoner poses within an institution.
As a preliminary step to investigating the suitability of New Zealand's security classification system with women prisoners, in this paper we describe women prisoners' institutional misconducts and their distribution by security classification.
In the largest study, Harer and Langan (2001) investigated the predictive validity of the US Federal Bureau of Prisons' initial risk classification instrument with women's and men's violent misconducts in prison.
Here it is assumed that increasing misconducts demonstrate that the tool is correctly identifying prisoners exhibiting higher internal security risk, and they are being put into higher security environments (e.
Panther's John Purves and Kristian Taubert were handed game misconducts along with Giants trio Paxton Schulte, Curtis Bowen and Shane Johnson for their part in the scuffles.
In addition Scott Allison's penalty for fighting has been altered to a game misconduct.
Panthers Barry Nieckar was handed two match penalties and a game misconduct after stripping to his bare chest in the incident.
12 eliminates from tournament qualification any teams whose players receive collectively a combination of more than six misconducts, game misconducts and/or game disqualification penalties in the pre-season and/or regular season competitions.
15 provide adequate opportunity for regulating misconduct by ice hockey players, and that deleting the other two rules will provide an opportunity for more consistent officiating in dealing with misconduct penalties.