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preesept

  • n  rule of personal conduct
  • n  a doctrine that is taught
    he believed all the Christian precepts

  • It is a well known precept that if the government encroaches on the freedom of the individual then it is the right of the people to overthrow that government.
  • The movie also follows a precept of animation that stretches back to Gertie the Dinosaur, Krazy Kat and Mickey Mouse, through the classic Warner Bros.
  • In a fashion the old revolutionary could hardly have intended, the Soviet economy has become today a battlefield of explosive ideas that threaten nearly every precept and .
News & Articles

  • Precept Adds HD Video Production to its Online Marketing Toolset
    Precept advising clients to add HD video to improve click-through, customer engagement and sales conversion online; cites integrated creative and production process as fast, simple and cost effective. (PRWeb June 08, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/6/prweb10810336.htm
    June 8, 2013 - PRWeb
Quotes

  • Barack Obama in CNN
    Obama told the Rev. Rick Warren that "we still don't abide by that basic precept of Matthew: that whatever you do for the least of my brothers, you do for me. That basic principle applies to poverty. It applies to racism and sexism; it applies to...
  • Harry Anderson in International Herald Tribune
    Euthanasia is repugnant to everything we believe as ethical health care providers, and it violates every precept of ethical behavior and the law,Anderson said. "It is never permissible under any circumstance."
  • Anthony Kennedy in Los Angeles Times
    The framers [of the Constitution] viewed freedom from unlawful restraint as a fundamental precept of liberty, and they understood the writ of habeas corpus as a vital instrument to secure that freedom,said Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, writing...

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