dos and don'ts

do's and don'ts

The general rules and regulations of a given activity, operation, or situation. Before you begin your first day working for us, there are a few important do's and don'ts that I need to familiarize you with. Tom doesn't understand the basic do's and don'ts of social etiquette.
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dos and don'ts

rules of behaviour.
1999 Alumnus Volunteers are prepared well on…cultural dos and don'ts before they leave for the field to serve.
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Well done - but for the rest of us here are some dos and don'ts to help you through that last-minute shopping rush.
uk has put together some dos and don'ts for the shopping bonanza.
A lot of the dos and don'ts remain unchanged from generation to generation and are often a case of basic good manners.
21 ( ANI ): Twitter co-founder, Jack Dorsey has reportedly offered his list of Dos and Don'ts for those who are in the way of building successful companies.
At the end of the day, the dos and don'ts qualify for each and everyone.
While all these holiday dos and don'ts are valuable and true, the church often comes across as giving the right answer to the masses who lack it.
Her background lends to a clear survey of orchid growing requirements, dos and don'ts.
Travel insurance specialists at Abbey National have identified the top dos and don'ts for holidaymakers who want to ensure that any travel insurance claim they may have to make this holiday season is hassle-free.
In many respects exporting is quite different from doing business at home, and there are a whole bunch of dos and don'ts to be observed if the export novice is to be successful.
Brown, a BE contributing editor, also profiles 25 investment clubs, including a few run by teenagers, to emphasize the dos and don'ts for achieving success.
Brussels PR expert Richard Linning, for example, offers a number of seemingly cynical but realistic dos and don'ts for lobbying in the European Union.
Interpreting scripture with menacing mesages and with litanies of dos and don'ts is not about embracing and empowering all people but about authority and power over certain groups of people.
A stint in the fifties covering Embassy Row for The Washington Star, and later writing travel articles for Town & Country, added to her knowledge of the haute monde and the dos and don'ts of polite society.
She also said that they planned to focus on just the dos and don'ts, to start with.