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A code directly appears as a powerful symbol in a dream, then you probably had trouble deciphering it in the dream, or at any rate to understand it immediately. In the former case one may confuse a problem, a person or an aspect of life. You brought from excessive discretion not have the heart to communicate something clearly, so that now no one knows? Has been attempted in a dream to read a coded …

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… numbers. Some addresses also contain special codes to aid routing of mail and packages, such as a ZIP code or post code.

Synonyms of address

noun: direction; plural: directions, addresses; related terms: mailing address, street address, abode, residence, business address, geographic point, geographical point.

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… bodies) are assigned worth and stature based on the harmony of their actions with a specific code of honour, and the moral code of the society at large.

Synonyms of honor

verb: honour, respect, esteem, venerate, revere, dignify; noun: honour, credit, respect, homage, dignity, glory; plural: honours, credits, respects, homages, dignities, glories; related terms: accolade, laurels, award, trophy, prize, aliyah, academic degree, degree, pennant, crown, cachet, seal of approval, seal, …

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… to avoid an explosive discharge (especially feelings).

* splutter, fizzle, swish, zing, zip, whistle, fizz, catcall, sizzle, hissing, hissed, hisses…

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Malice (law)

… or when the circumstances attending the killing show an abandoned and malignant heart. Cal. Pen. Code § 188. Malice, in a legal sense, may be inferred from the evidence and imputed to the defendant, depending on the nature of the case.

Synonyms of malice

noun: spite, malevolence, rancour, rancor, malignity, malignancy, grudge, wickedness; plural: spites, malevolences, rancours, rancors, malignities, malignancies, grudges, wickednesses; related terms: maliciousness, spitefulness, …

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… books, it typically means that the traditional moral principles is conscious. The man needs a code of conduct, which helps him to survive. Bible has a close relationship with the right path that you go in life, with morals, standards and rules that we follow as a guideline.

– To see bible in a dream, which usually confirms that he lives in harmony with his own conscience.

– If you read the Bible that can display that you are looking for the right way and the moral guidance.

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Traffic offense

… is a violation of the criminal law.

Synonyms of traffic offense.

Related terms: traffic code, moving violation, reckless driving, street racing, vehicular homicide, traffic laws, traffic ticket.

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Brassiere (Bra, Bras)

… Women sometimes wear bras to conform to informal or formal social norms such as a business dress code. In Western countries, it is estimated that from 75% to 90% of women wear a bra. A minority do not wear a bra, sometimes for health or comfort reasons, or because they believe they do not need one. Some garments, such as camisoles, tank tops and backless dresses, have built-in breast support, alleviating the need to wear a separate bra.

Synonyms of brassiere

noun: bandeau, bra; …

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Business card

… fax number, e-mail addresses and website. It can also include telex, bank account and tax code. Traditionally many cards were simple black text on white stock; today a professional business card will sometimes include one or more aspects of striking visual design.

Synonyms of Business card.

noun: visiting card, calling card, card; plural: business cards, visiting cards, calling cards, cards.

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… or trade, or any other activity which they are supposed to perform, or to follow a particular code of conduct or “order”. Often, the phrase “to discipline” carries a negative connotation. This is because enforcement of order – that is, ensuring instructions are carried out – is often regulated through punishment.

Synonyms of discipline

verb: punish, school, castigate, train, correct, chastise, chasten; noun: order, punishment; plural: orders, punishments; related terms: …

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… This article discusses the lounge suit (including business suits), elements of informal dress code.

Synonyms of suit

verb: fit, become, match, adapt, adjust, befit, accommodate; noun: costume, petition, lawsuit, set; plural: costumes, petitions, lawsuits, sets; related terms: business suit, double-breasted suit, garment, pinstripe, single-breasted suit, slack suit, zoot suit.

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Formal wear

… always the standard formal social dress in countries without a formal national costume.

A dress code is a set of rules governing a certain combination of clothing; some examples are black tie and morning dress. Formal dress is the grouping of all the dress codes which govern clothes worn to formal events. The dress codes considered formal in the evening are white tie and black tie. In the UK, morning dress is standard formal day time clothing (a lounge suit being still considered informal …

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… admiral). It is usually abbreviated to “Adm” or “ADM”. Where relevant, admiral has a NATO code of OF-9, and is a four-star rank.

Synonyms of Admiral

noun: flag officer; plural: flag officers; related terms: full admiral.

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Traffic light

… by displaying lights of a standard colour (red, yellow/amber, and green), using a universal color code (and a precise sequence to enable comprehension by those who are color blind).

Synonyms of traffic light

noun: traffic lights, semaphore, traffic signal, stoplight; plural: semaphores, traffic signals, stoplights; related terms: light, go-ahead, green light, red light, yellow light.

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… confessions are only to be heard in a confessional or oratory, except for a just reason (1983 Code of Canon Law, Canon 964.3).

Synonyms of confessional

– ; related terms: kiosk, stall, booth, cubicle.

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… someone, points out that the dreamer consciously or unconsciously offends against his own moral code. He stands outside the social norm. Insults and slights in dreams are usually indications of feelings of inferiority, inhibitions, hypersensitivity, or vanity of the dreamer. You can also constitute aggression when they are very massive. The whole dream story, especially the relationship of the persons involved are to each other, further guidance.


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