Origin of disciplinary
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Examples from the Web for disciplinary
In the 13 cases that did result in disciplinary action for agents, this most often meant counseling.A Shooting on a Tribal Land Uncovers Feds Running Wild
August 26, 2014
The chairperson at Doe's disciplinary was faculty member Dennis Conway.Is UMass-Amherst Biased Against Male Students in Title IX Assault Cases?
August 18, 2014
They also provided the full record of documents from the disciplinary hearing.
The disciplinary process, he says, was heavily stacked against him.
In her initial statement to the disciplinary board, Sclove wrote that Kopin probably remained unaware of this.
It is held to be of disciplinary value, especially in strengthening the memory.
They are devised for disciplinary, postural, developmental, and health purposes.
On this account he was haled before the disciplinary committee of the faculty.In a Little Town
"I don't mean for disciplinary purposes," the captain growled.But, I Don't Think
Gordon Randall Garrett
If they are true, are you proceeding in the disciplinary way against me?The Story of My Life
- of, promoting, or used for discipline; corrective
- relating to a branch of learningcriticism that crosses disciplinary boundaries
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Word Origin and History for disciplinary
1590s, from Medieval Latin disciplinarius, from Latin disciplina (see discipline (n.)).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper