Etiquette

[Something with Numbers album] Etiquette is the debut album by Australian punk rock band Something with Numbers. It was released in 2004, through Below Par Records. ==Track listing== ...
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Etiquette

[Casiotone for the Painfully Alone album] Etiquette is the fourth studio album by Casiotone for the Painfully Alone, released in 2006. Etiquette is thought by many to have slightly abandoned the simple Lo-fi "made in a basement" sound by including a more diverse range of instruments and a marginally higher production quality than previous a
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etiquette

[n] - rules governing socially acceptable behavior
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Etiquette

Et'i·quette` noun [ French prop., a little piece of paper, or a mark or title, affixed to a bag or bundle, expressing its contents, a label, ticket, Old French estiquete , of German origin; confer LG. stikke peg, pin, tack, stikken to stick, German stecken . See Stick
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etiquette

noun rules governing socially acceptable behavior
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Etiquette

• (n.) The forms required by good breeding, or prescribed by authority, to be observed in social or official life; observance of the proprieties of rank and occasion; conventional decorum; ceremonial code of polite society.
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etiquette

system of rules and conventions that regulate social and professional behaviour. In any social unit there are accepted rules of behaviour upheld and ... [7 related articles]
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Etiquette

Etiquette (t or t, lang) is a code of behavior that delineates expectations for social behavior according to contemporary conventional norms within a society, social class, or group. The French word étiquette, literally signifying a tag or label first appeared in English around 1750. ==Usage== Like culture, etiquette is a word that has gradually
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etiquette

etiquette, name for the codes of rules governing social or diplomatic intercourse. These codes vary from the more or less flexible laws of social usage (differing according to local customs or taboos) to the rigid conventions of court and military circles, and they extend to the legal, medical, and ...
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Etiquette

Etiquette is a collective term for the established ceremonies and usages of society, from the forms which are to be observed in particular places such as courts, levees, and public occasions, to the general forms of polite society. Amongst courts the Byzantine and Spanish courts, and the French court under Louis XIV and Louis XV, have been noted fo
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Etiquette

A set of guidelines to promote proper behaviour on the course.
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Etiquette

[disambiguation] Etiquette can refer to: ...
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Etiquette

[technology] Etiquette in Technology is the conduct that is socially acceptable in an online or digital situation. While etiquette is ingrained into culture, etiquette in technology is a fairly recent concept. Although certain rules have been established for correct etiquette while using technology, many users believe that current users are
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Etiquette

Rules of behavior, propriety, decorum, manners, etc.
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