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convention

nonlegal rules of conduct with respect to other persons generally. In a professional sense means rules of conduct in relation to clients.
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75) By charging judges and national authorities with this responsibility, conventionality control seeks to strengthen human rights protection in the region.
I would highlight the following parallels with recent work on the Irish Church: the physical renewal of the late medieval Church, the conventionality of the Church in terms of how it operated within the framework of the canon law, and the unexceptional nature of 'priestly marriage' before the Reformation.
In my opinion we would be replacing a quirky little orchestral spark with bland conventionality in both the second horn and second violin parts.
First, Braine looks at the actual grammatical richness of language to illustrate its conventionality and potentially variable uses.
Johnson, and Ann Quin, yet charts its own path through perception and imagination, unimpeded by the conventionality represented in the title by Sybil, wife of Belgian-born artist and impresario E.
A row of matching fluffy pink wigs lined up under cute lettering reading NO FUTURE linked the message of an absent future to a contemporary rather than historical moment dominated by the conventionality of uniforms as fashion.
This remarkable system turned driving into gliding and was a whole new experience in a UK market bound by conventionality.
Elvis's brand of Southern rock and roll helped blow away post-war austerity and freed a generation from stifling 50s conventionality.
It is as though it is an ode of joy to the human spirit that breaks loose from the constraining fetters of conventionality to freedom to become self-assured and complete--happy in one's skin, as it has been put.
He discusses the disguised ruler on the Elizabethan stage, The Malcontent: a play in two forms; conventionality in disguise in Measure for Measure; law, morality, and the medievalism of disguise in The Phoenix and The Fawn; and disguised ruler afterlives: the specter of terrorism.
He also praised Sheikh Mubarak's part in the development of the agency's work and its conventionality, using the highest level of technology.
Shunning conventionality, the Qashqai does its own thing in the marketplace, offering the motorist a totally different take on everyday compact car motoring.