01. The government has recently issued [guidelines] on the teaching of ethics in the schools.02. The university has very clear [guidelines] regarding the conduct of teachers towards students.03. These are not strict rules. They are merely some suggested [guidelines] which we believe will prove helpful.04. The doctor gave me some helpful [guidelines] for setting up a diet that will help me to lose weight, and keep it off.05. You must follow the [guidelines] for essay writing to ensure your essay has the proper format.06. The chart on weight and height is only meant to be a [guideline] to determine if you may be overweight. Consult your doctor before deciding whether or not you need to be on a diet.07. The mortgage figure you were quoted is only a [guideline], and a lower rate can probably be negotiated, depending on your credit rating.08. Clearer [guidelines] on defining what is to be considered organic food will help consumers make informed choices.09. Belva Lockwood once observed that we can't abolish prejudice through laws, but we can set up [guidelines] for our actions by legislation.10. David Letterman once joked that traffic signals in New York are just rough [guidelines].11. Sue Woodman once remarked that living by basic good-mothering [guidelines] enables a mom to blend the responsibilities of parenthood with its joys; to know when to stand her ground, and when to be flexible.12. The Student Handbook has [guidelines] that students must follow in terms of attendance, punctuality and completion of homework.13. Although [guidelines] require that animals used in research be treated humanely, controversy over their use still continues.14. Dating, mating and the sexual act are all governed by rules and [guidelines] which are specific to a given culture.
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guideline — (n.) 1785, line marked on a surface before cutting, from GUIDE (Cf. guide) + LINE (Cf. line) (n.). Meaning rope for steering a hot air balloon is from 1846. In figurative use by 1948. Related: Guidelines … Etymology dictionary
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