etiquette

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etiquette

the rules of decorous behavior. In a professional sense this includes behavior towards clients and colleagues which is in the best interests of the patients.
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The email said: "Pakistanis are lovely people individually but there is a lot of work to do to teach them basic common courtesy and civility.
They're simple things of common courtesy that need to be maintained.
It is demeaning for politicians, local or national, not to use common courtesy when referring to their opponents and I would never knowingly behave in such a way.
Sadly she has not had the common courtesy even to reply, much less take me up on the offer.
It seems that during the current dark evenings and mornings some dog walkers are ignoring common courtesy and decency and letting their pets empty themselves onto our streets.
The English is there because not everyone understands Welsh, and it is taken as common courtesy to provide a translation.
BY describing the MP for Blyth Valley as a pit-yakker in the most derogatory terms (May 3), Anonymous tells us more about their class prejudices and lack of common courtesy that we all need to know.
We don't need to tell you that, when it comes to the Dubai public transport system, common courtesy is dead.
Patients' lack of common courtesy wastes thousands of staff hours and uses up vital appointment time which could be given to others in need of treatment or support.
But common courtesy seemed to be in short supply, and the center soon noted that it was flooded with hostile phone calls and e-mails.
I too have sadly noticed the decline in common courtesy and manners of my countrymen when I go home, so it is possible that he was indeed an American.
I suggest a few simple rules of ethical conduct for family lawyers, based not so much on the strict letter of the Rules of Professional Conduct as on common courtesy and common sense.