1. designed to promote discipline
    the teacher's action was corrective rather than instructional
    disciplinal measures
    the mother was stern and disciplinary
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How To Use disciplinal In A Sentence

  • Dr. Latham has ever earnestly and successfully insisted on the _disciplinal_ character of grammatical studies in general, combined with the fact, that the grammatical study of one's own language is exclusively so; and having established this theory, he has, by the production of various elementary works, exhibiting a happy combination of great philological acquirements with the ability to apply them in a logical and systematic manner, enabled those who shared his views to put that theory into practice. Notes and Queries, Number 52, October 26, 1850 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc
  • The first part: expatiates the contents, value that Sensory Integration trains with feel to integrate the disciplinal mistake area and study the method and process.
  • The disciplinal has been inferior to homogenate ulalgia tusk of watchmaker, an arceuthobium that fireplace kutuzov the scabicide from uninvited decrepitation. Rational Review
  • As already stated, however, disciplinal perspective is not the only sort of perspective possible or needed.
  • She knows that in the University, it is usually the recommendation for tenure of the Department that the higher offices agree to in the name of disciplinal autonomy. Bulatlat
  • Elisha said a single word; the tolerance of high places, teraphim and betylia; the offering of incense for centuries to the brazen serpent destroyed by Hezekiah; the occasional glimpses of the most startling irregularities sanctioned apparently even in the temple worship itself, prove most decisively that a pure monotheism and an independence of symbols was the result of a slow and painful course of God's disciplinal dealings among the noblest thinkers of a single nation, and not, as is so constantly and erroneously urged, the instinct of the whole Semitic race; in other words, one single branch of the Evolution of Theology: an Anthropological Study
  • Were it not so, our whole secondary education, and all the purely disciplinal part of our university instruction would be very far astray. The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 11
  • Research activities are deemed reflective of the level of disciplinal specialization attained by the individual and the entire academic faculty.
  • The disciplinal courses apply the foundational principles to a particular field, ranging from food service to financial management.
  • This is pointless; you irritate other users and risk disciplinal measures.
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