protocol


protocol
01. According to royal [protocol], you must never touch the Queen.
02. A [protocol] was signed to ensure cordial relations between nations.
03. The member broke [protocol] by approaching the organization without approval from the board.
04. The United States has accused the country's leader of violating international [protocols] on the testing of nuclear weapons.
05. What exactly is the proper [protocol] for making a complaint against a professor at this university?
06. Marc-André works in [protocol], and has to handle all the details when various dignitaries visit with the governor.
07. The use of poison gas in wartime was officially prohibited by the Geneva [Protocol] of 1925.
08. The U.S. has refused to sign the Kyoto [protocol] on reducing greenhouse emissions.
09. Wearing a hat is against court [protocol] in this country. Proper behavior demands you also stand up when the judge enters or leaves the courtroom.
10. In Western democracies, a [protocol] of protest has evolved that tolerates the orderly, disciplined expression of discontent.
11. [Protocol] requires that everyone remain standing until the Queen has been seated.
12. The diplomats were seated at the dinner table according to the rules of [protocol].
13. The accepted [protocol] that one is expected to follow when there is an ambulance approaching is to pull over to the side of the road, and stop.
14. In Internet website addresses, "http" stands for "hypertext transfer [protocol]."
15. It's impossible to read a Mac file on a PC because they use different [protocols].
16. [Protocols] allow different software programs to communicate.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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  • Protocol II — Protocol II: Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, and Relating to the Protection of Victims of Non International Armed Conflicts.As of 14 January 2007 it had been ratified by 163 countries, with the United States, Israel, Iran …   Wikipedia

  • protocol — PROTOCÓL, protocoale, s.n. 1. Act, document în care sunt consemnate rezoluţiile unei adunări, ale unor dezbateri, ale unei conferinţe internaţionale; document diplomatic cu valoarea unui acord internaţional, care cuprinde hotărârile luate la o… …   Dicționar Român

  • Protocol — • The formula used at the beginning of public acts drawn up by notaries; also, the compact register in which notaries register these acts; finally, the first draft of these acts Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Protocol     Proto …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • protocol — pro·to·col / prō tə ˌkȯl/ n 1: an original draft, minute, or record of a document or transaction 2 a: a preliminary memorandum often formulated and signed by diplomatic negotiators as a basis for a final convention or treaty b: the records or… …   Law dictionary

  • protocol — [prōt′ə kôl΄, prōt′ōkäl΄, prōt′ōkōl΄] n. [Early ModE prothocoll < MFr prothocole < ML protocollum < LGr prōtokollon, first leaf glued to a manuscript (describing the contents) < Gr prōto , PROTO + kolla, glue] 1. an original draft or… …   English World dictionary

  • Protocol — Pro to*col, v. t. To make a protocol of. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Protocol — Pro to*col, n. [F. protocole, LL. protocollum, fr. Gr. ? the first leaf glued to the rolls of papyrus and the notarial documents, on which the date was written; prw^tos the first (see {Proto }) + ? glue.] 1. The original copy of any writing, as… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Protocol — Pro to*col, v. i. To make or write protocols, or first draughts; to issue protocols. Carlyle. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English