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proscription

(pro-skrip'shon) [L. proscriptio, a written public notice, outlawry]
Restriction of behavior based on cultural or religious beliefs.
See: taboo
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In the seventh chapter, Ronnie Janoff-Bulman explores a dual typology of morality represented by a proscriptive vs.
Twitter, in contrast, governs in much less proscriptive fashion.
Recognition of this limitation led to the term good laboratory practice statement to acknowledge the strengths of the study while not overreaching into proscriptive regulations.
Tinguely's venture into automated "expressionism" and the writing that followed it could scarcely conform to such proscriptive terms.
The difference between the two approaches is immediate and obvious: more detailed regulations with a tendency to be proscriptive versus a risk-based and interpretative approach.
Amazingly and more telling, the 1967 treaty was not proscriptive enough for the internationalist crowd
This nuanced point of "appropriately reflecting the risk of loss and the cost of capital" is worthy of note because it served as the initial proscriptive statutory step toward price discovery related to conforming product, or establishing economic equilibrium for the GSEs where credit risk pricing responsibility is transferred from the GSEs to FHPA.
It brings together a collection of experiences and insights for sharing and airing, but hardly proscriptive, or hectoring, unless a decision-maker decides them to be worthy of adoption.
In 2011, we extended the competencies gained through eight years of listening, scoring and analyzing in to more voice of customer-related areas, as well as more proscriptive recommendations for systemic improvement in the manner in which companies interact with their customers.
Mankind will no longer be tyrannical and proscriptive from lack of love, - straining out gnats and swallowing camels.
Speaking to Reuters, Flint said, 'It's not as proscriptive as some thought it might be.