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Meanings and phrases
- a branch of knowledge; subject; subject area; subject field; field; field of study; study; bailiwick
- a system of rules of conduct or method of practice
- the trait of being well behaved
- training to improve strength or self-control
- the act of punishing; correction
- develop (children's) behavior by instruction and practice; especially to teach self-control; train; check; condition
- punish in order to gain control or enforce obedience; correct; sort out
- studies intended to provide general knowledge and intellectual skills (rather than occupational or professional skills); humanities; liberal arts; arts
- a particular branch of scientific knowledge; science
- Molecular medicine is a new scientific discipline in European universities.
- Until the mid-1960s computer programming was considered more an art (or a craft) than a scientific discipline.
- Its principal message is that programming should be considered a scientific discipline based on mathematical rigor."
- As an academic discipline, business ethics emerged in the 1970s.
- Across Europe, modern Celtic Studies were developing as an academic discipline.
- "The Wealth of Nations" was a precursor to the modern academic discipline of economics.
- Stockton imposes military discipline on the civilian school.
- Rugged individualism conflicted with military discipline and regimentation.
- He then, under military discipline, follows directions to the best of his ability.
- Qualification will be based on the results from the World Championships or European Championships in each discipline.
- The score will be calculated by the multiplication of the positions that the climbers have attained in each discipline of climbing.
- Major competitions generally conclude with exhibition galas, in which the top skaters from each discipline perform non-competitive programs.
- There was no natural justice, just strict discipline and punishment.
- The Institute was famous for its strict discipline and high level of education.
- Instead of patronage and corruption in the officer corps, he imposed strict discipline in all ranks.
- He further stressed that the men must follow "only party discipline".
- In March 2009, he was expelled from the BNP for violating party discipline.
- At the 11th Congress, the brief of the CCs was expanded; it became responsible for overseeing party discipline.
- Farrell later admitted to media that England's lack of discipline cost them the test.
- Manager Micky Adams promised to punish Thompson in some way for his lack of discipline.
- Off the pitch, however, he did at times draw criticism in the media for his lack of discipline.
- It is Leibniz, however, who gave the new discipline its name.
- The sport of baton twirling is a relatively new discipline that has evolved through many dimensions.
- Women-writing usually denotes the phenomenon of women's writing and its emergence as a new discipline within women's studies.