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1. This is an unwritten constitution.
2. They sinned against the unwritten rules of this meeting.
3. Without unwritten rules civilized life would be impossible.
4. Britain has an unwritten constitution, and the United States has a written constitution.
5. They sinned against the unwritten rules of the school.
6. There's an unwritten rule that you don't wear jeans to work.
7. One of these unwritten rules is that parents should play with their children.
8. They obey the one unwritten rule that binds them all—no talking.
9. We have an unwritten understanding that nobody leaves before five o'clock.
10. Without unwritten rules civilised life would be impossible.
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11. Certain unwritten rules may apply with regard to hospitality.
12. There is an unwritten rule in their crowd.
13. Norms can be thought of as unwritten rules.
14. There are a number of unwritten rules or axioms which perhaps need to be questioned.
15. Every stone a statement; every stone carrying an unwritten label.
16. Whatever the outcome the long-standing, unwritten code of behaviour that governs relations between ministers and civil servants would be gravely battered.
17. Sinhalese law was unwritten, and there was great flexibility both in its application and in judicial procedure.
18. We have unwritten rules about what kind of behavior is considered normal.
19. By an unwritten rule, they avoided controversy for the sake of good fellowship.
20. Instead he should press Kennedy to honour Eisenhower's unwritten pledge to provide Polaris as an alternative to Skybolt.
21. But managers know the unwritten rules when they enter the business.
22. One of the unwritten job descriptions of a basketball coach is as second father to the players.
23. Unwritten rules may be a precarious basis on which to run a factory.
24. Universal have agreed to pay ￡2.5 million for Grisham's next, as yet unwritten, novel.
25. A powered vessel should give way to sail — it is an unwritten rule of the sea.
26. The photographs were to be included in his as yet unwritten autobiography.
27. Post-war Britain found its own literary history, at least since mid-Victorian times, still unwritten.
28. Both sides claimed the other had broken a 1993 unwritten agreement to avoid targeting civilians.
29. Ten hours to Inverness, farthest of all - details he learned for an unwritten tale.
30. Although people management is not a science, it has a system of unwritten rules and logic.
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