In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- They face indefinite suspension while charges of gross misconduct are investigated.
- In rarer instances, she claimed such equipment had been used to provide proof of gross misconduct among employees.
- Research misconduct does not include honest error or differences of opinion.
- Five nurses were found guilty of professional misconduct, four were censured and one was removed from the register.
- It is the duty of the media to reveal misconduct and this attempt at doing so should be applauded.
- He faced being dismissed from his job for gross misconduct if his employers learned of the offence.
- Did the misconduct harm a child or place a child at risk of harm?
- You would hardly say they were guilty of professional misconduct, would you, because they were there as a group of lawyers?
- Within fifteen minutes, my files had been impounded - and an inquiry launched to investigate potential scientific misconduct.
- A hearing is underway on a possible case of juror misconduct.
- But I believe it to be a disciplinary offence - gross misconduct.
- They also say there should be a mechanism to review doctors found guilty of professional misconduct to establish if other patients have been affected.
- These two had also both been found guilty of serious professional misconduct, which most of the voters probably did not know.
- But his employers sacked him, saying he was guilty of gross misconduct.
- The issue never got as far as whether spitting constitutes gross misconduct.
- Since these studies, reports have indicated that some reform efforts to curb police misconduct have reduced excessive force complaints.
- Previous abuse cases have involved misconduct by relatively untrained National Guard and Reserve troops.
- She has a duty and an obligation to report such misconduct as people stealing things.
- In the law books obviously there are some provisions for punishing police officers for misconduct in course of their duties.
- Dioceses are writing and implementing policies on clergy misconduct.
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