Noun(1) the act of observing; taking a patient look(2) a formal event performed on a special occasion(3) the act of noticing or paying attention(4) conformity with law or custom or practice etc.
(1) Fireworks, red lanterns, dragon dancing, bells chiming├ö├ç┬¬ these have been the symbols of the Chinese people's observance of Spring Festival for centuries.(2) What they need from me is a reduction in weight, an increase in overall physical activity, and observance of the correct diet.(3) It is known, among other things, for its strict observance of the Sabbath.(4) I did not understand that God did not merely require the outward observance of certain rituals but rather a clean heart and a holy life.(5) strict observance of the rules(6) The liminal status of a given character is frequently signalled by deviations in his/her observance of everyday communal rituals.(7) the baby's motionless observance of me(8) Daya Nath believed that mental purity could only be obtained through renunciation of the world, observance of rituals, introspection, and yoga.(9) To those who cautiously venture into such a hidden world, Wheeler advises respectful observance .(10) Here again, more than the enforcement of strict road regulations, observance of traffic rules by drivers would prevent traffic jams.(11) The Queen is meticulous in her strict observance of the constitution and keeps her role to herself; which does not necessarily mean she has never privately consulted her husband, when she could with propriety do so.(12) The prayer in its present form is not in substance a religious observance , coercive or otherwise and it does not impose any burden on the applicant or any restriction on his exercise of his own beliefs.(13) ├ö├ç├┐This is not an acquisition programme or venture which requires tenders and observance of section 217 of the Constitution,├ö├ç├û he said.(14) In the management of its global operations, IBM the world's largest computer maker has been well known for its strict observance of clean business ethics.(15) These medallions will be made at the Perth Mint that guarantees their weight, gold and silver content and strict observance of the limited mintage.(16) the decline in religious observance
(1) non-observance :: nad ydynt yn cadw
1. compliance with ::
2. rite ::
3. ceremonial ::
4. observation ::
1. breach ::
2. contravention ::
3. transgression ::
4. violation ::
Different Formsnonobservance, observance, observances
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