Origin of rubric
Examples from the Web for rubric
But for some center-right media outlets, this probably fit into the "too good to check" rubric.Brace Yourself: October Election Surprises Surely on the Way|Matt Lewis|October 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Cut to popular programs are just put under this Function 920 rubric, which allows them to pretend they're not real.
Bain Capital and its ilk were called leveraged buyout firms back then, but whatever the rubric, the business is the same.Bain Capital Stays Quiet Amid Attacks on Mitt Romney, Private Equity|Gary Rivlin|February 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It is within this rubric that Romney utters the line in which his campaign is about “saving the soul of America.”
All of this was presented under the rubric of "comedy," but—as with everything that Kovacs conceived—it plays as much, much more.
The rubric says nothing about sitting; standing and kneeling being the only postures expressly recognised.
And the title-page bears a rubric and a reference to Tobias' dog.Adventures in Criticism|Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
Then the rubric touching the garments as worn under King Edward was done away?Joyce Morrell's Harvest|Emily Sarah Holt
The rubric requires the celebrant to stand at the north side of the table.
In his zeal in this direction, Archbishop Sancroft actually went so far as to alter the rubric.The Religious Life of London|J. Ewing Ritchie
British Dictionary definitions for rubric
Word Origin for rubric
Word Origin and History for rubric
c.1300, "directions in religious services" (often in red writing), from Old French rubrique, rubriche "rubric, title" (13c.), from Latin rubrica "red ochre, red coloring matter," from ruber, from PIE root *rudhro- (see red). Meaning "title or heading of a book" is from early 15c. Related: Rubrical.