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1. The newspaper breached the code of conduct on privacy.
2. The sport has a strict code of conduct.
3. Clinics will be subject to a new code of conduct and stronger controls by local authorities.
4. The new code of conduct lays down the ground rules for management-union relations.
5. Doctors in Britain say a new code of conduct is urgently needed to protect the doctor-patient relationship.
6. It would progressively develop the Cadbury code of conduct in a non-legalistic way by learning lessons from corporate wrong-doing.
7. A parliament code of conduct is being debated that would require members to disclose their assets and business interests.
8. It makes me an adherent to a code of conduct which helps hold society together.
9. Hobbs had blatantly ignored the legal profession's code of conduct.
10. Employees are involved in drawing up a code of conduct for their team meetings.
11. He had an extremely strict code of conduct for himself and a lenient one for others.
12. Burke and Chinkin set out an expert's code of conduct in an appendix to their article cited at 14.9.2.
13. A code of conduct relating to the use of software acquired for educational purposes has been adopted by the University.
14. It introduced a code of conduct for political parties[Sentencedict.com], banning the use of language likely to incite violence or hatred.
15. A new code of conduct for civil servants will be issued next week.
16. Read in studio A new code of conduct for street entertainers has been drawn up by a local authority.
17. Part I Supplier Code of Conduct.
18. Rules as a code of conduct regarding directors'securities transactions.
19. It is about time tour operators respected the law and their own code of conduct.sentencedict.com
20. The group may provide guidelines for behaviour such as a professional ethic or a code of conduct. 5.
21. They say contractors are infringing the authority's new builders' code of conduct.
22. The measures contained in an amendment to the Bill will be backed up by a voluntary Code of Conduct.
23. Companies wishing to join will have to abide by a code of conduct.
24. The matter will be governed by the terms of reference and the procedure established, together with any code of conduct adopted.
25. Lawyers have their own professional association, which operates a strict code of conduct.
26. Voice over As an extra safeguard, the Commission has agreed a code of conduct for cyclists.
27. The manual, conceived with input from nearly everyone in the organization, also includes a chapter on a code of conduct.
28. At a meeting in Paris on 11 June the Syndicat decided to draw up a code of conduct for its members.
29. If they are members they would find it difficult to refute charges of a breach of the Code of Conduct.
30. It is encouraging that the National Union of Journalists has now inserted an anti-ageist clause into its code of conduct.
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