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dress code

Etymology: OFr, dresser, to arrange; L, codex, book
the standards set by an institution for the appropriate attire of its members.
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Yeh students ki hi demand thi ki unke colleges mein dress code hona chahiye, jisse yeh clarity aaye ki padhne wala baccha hai.
Qantas isn't the only airline with a dress code as (http://time.
Functions within an organisation could also embrace different dress codes based on the role they play, for instance nursing in hospitals.
Although Millington in his article is trying to persuade me that dress codes are too stuffy and perhaps even detrimental to the popularity of the sport, he's wrong.
Black and white chequered shirts combined with white or black trousers are a good option for a black and white casual dress code.
But the more I thought about it, the more I realized that this dress code has nothing to do with clothes.
Yashpal Yadav, association state president said enforcing dress code on teachers was not a wise decision.
Dubai -- The news of more Dubai government departments moving to enforce a dress code in the emirate has sparked a public debate on social media.
According to the police press and information office, the ministry decided to leave the dress code as it was, despite being established decades ago.
While the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) argues there is in fact no ban, as "suit" could be interpreted as a blazer and trousers, the Republican People's Party (CHP) believes that a change in the dress code is necessary.
University administration has also deployed a lady guard for implementation on dress code of female students.