disciplinary : Definition, Usages, News and More

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dis uh pluh ne ree

  • a  relating to discipline in behavior
    disciplinary problems in the classroom
  • a  relating to a specific field of academic study
    economics in its modern disciplinary sense
  • s  designed to promote discipline
    the mother was stern and disciplinary

  • The 16-year-old freshman had racked up several disciplinary suspensions, mainly for disruptive behavior.
  • The Texas disciplinary rules prohibit lawyers from engaging in "conduct involving.
  • Was criticized for not taking more disciplinary action against officers in the Seattle Police Department charged with brutality and misconduct.
News & Articles


  • Bud Selig in MLB.com
    Commissioner Selig said, "It is time for the game to move forward. There is little to be gained at this point in debating dated misconduct and enduring numerous disciplinary proceedings. Educating children and their parents about the dangers of...
  • Oscar Tabarez in ABC News
    Andrew Symonds was stood down for disciplinary reasons in Darwin and is now going through a process......designed to give him time to assess whether he is fully committed to all of the things needed for a cricketer to be a member of the world's... Andrew Hilditch http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Hilditch&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGVyqcgelb1mFUKO1OQ0cWSPEvZ1Q Reuters India http://www.google.com/url?q=http://in.reuters.com/article/domesticNews/idINSP11804720080912&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGOPOJL8mYDneqC5SypWWT-TrZdQg Sep 11, 2008 28130 37118 disciplinary It's not my business. The disciplinary committee will look at it," Tabarez said Saturday. "But I think it (a two-match ban) would be extremely exaggerated."

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