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  • Some schools instead give their students a broad education in many disciplines of the arts.
  • This list is of those who are considered to be notable in their chosen discipline.
  • Technical high schools last for four years and cover a wide range of disciplines.
  • Without him, these disciplines would not be as they are to this day.
  • In both disciplines, the horse should look in the direction it is going.
  • It was established as a police guard and to maintain discipline within the army.
  • No police officer has ever been disciplined or accepted responsibility for their actions.
  • He began a disciplined program of self-study over many years.
  • A central theme is whether one scientific discipline can be reduced to the terms of another.
  • It remains under-strength and is yet to reform its training and discipline standards.
  • Part of the education in every science is how to use the standard instruments of the discipline.
  • A cultural movement is a change in the way a number of different disciplines approach their work.
  • They may also be used during social interactions when discipline is required.
  • These battles were usually short and required a high degree of discipline.
  • Student sports are organized around clubs, that focus mostly on single discipline.
  • The term software engineering is becoming popular as the process is seen as an engineering discipline.
  • The difficult conditions on the ships demanded a high level of discipline.
  • One cannot expect them to fit into a state that requires order and discipline.
  • There has never been a hard-line among these disciplines in terms of content and technique.
  • This funding may also be different within a university in each of the disciplines.
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Words starting with discipline

Meaning of discipline

  • noun A branch of knowledge
    in what discipline is his doctorate?, teachers should be well trained in their subject, anthropology is the study of human beings
  • noun A system of rules of conduct or method of practice;
    he quickly learned the discipline of prison routine, for such a plan to work requires discipline
  • noun The trait of being well behaved
    he insisted on discipline among the troops
  • noun Training to improve strength or self-control
  • noun The act of punishing
    the offenders deserved the harsh discipline they received
  • verb Develop (children's) behavior by instruction and practice; especially to teach self-control
    Parents must discipline their children, Is this dog trained?
  • verb Punish in order to gain control or enforce obedience
    The teacher disciplined the pupils rather frequently