Noun(1) correspondence in form or appearance(2) acting according to certain accepted standards(3) orthodoxy in thoughts and belief(4) concurrence of opinion(5) hardened conventionality
(1) And so we've investigating conformity , social facilitation, interpersonal distance kind of behaviours, leadership.(2) The moral framework implies conformity to ideals of right human conduct.(3) The top of the basaltic sequence is the top unconformity / conformity between the post-break-up sediments and the basaltic basement.(4) Freedom implies conformity to universal values also.(5) That passage seems to me to demonstrate a conformity between the law of the Convention and the domestic law of England upon the scope of liability in third agency cases where the claim relates to serious injury or death.(6) Thus, political considerations generally took priority over religious conformity : Gaelic translations of the Bible and Book of Common Prayer only appeared after Elizabeth's death.(7) Despite this repression, which did bring about conversions and considerable outward conformity , many Protestants continued to practice their faith in secret.(8) Religion supports ├ö├ç├┐personal morality├ö├ç├û and willing conformity to social conventions and traditions.(9) these changes are intended to ensure conformity between all schemes(10) The influence of autonomous public opinion on legislation ensured that such legislation would be in conformity with reason - otherwise the rule of law would be little more than a cruel and empty phrase.(11) The measures taken are bound nonetheless to remain in conformity with applicable international law.(12) The new administrators would take their instructions from the party, would be responsible to the party, and would conduct affairs in conformity with the party's priorities and aspirations.(13) The State must evolve a legal framework for development of tourism in conformity with international standards, and create conditions for the promotion of cultural tourism.(14) These objectives restate the Government's absolute commitment to act in conformity with international law, including the United Nations Charter and international humanitarian law.(15) a word of praise or an encouraging smile provide rewards for conformity to social norms(16) The mass media ├ö├ç├┐behavior offensive├ö├ç├û that promoted social conformity and moral order was designed to counter pressures on American culture from within and without.
(1) in conformity with :: yn cydymffurfio â
2. ossification ::
3. conformance ::
4. accord ::
5. conformation ::
1. conflict ::
2. disagreement ::
Different Formsconformity, nonconformity
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