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misconducts, plural;
  1. Behave in an improper or unprofessional manner

  2. Mismanage (duties or a project)

  1. Unacceptable or improper behavior, esp. by an employee or professional person
    • - she was found guilty of professional misconduct by a disciplinary tribunal
  2. A penalty assessed against a player for unsportsmanlike conduct

  3. Mismanagement, esp. culpable neglect of duties

  1. bad or dishonest management by persons supposed to act on another's behalf
  2. misbehave: behave badly; "The children misbehaved all morning"
  3. mismanage: manage badly or incompetently; "The funds were mismanaged"
  4. wrongdoing: activity that transgresses moral or civil law; "he denied any wrongdoing"
  5. A misconduct is a legal term meaning a wrongful, improper, or unlawful conduct motivated by premeditated or intentional purpose or by obstinate indifference to the consequences of one's acts.
  6. Misconduct in association football is any conduct by a player that is deemed by the referee to warrant a disciplinary sanction (caution or dismissal) in accordance with Law 12 of the Laws of the Game. ...
  7. Bad behavior; To act improperly; To mismanage
  8. An act deemed by the referee to be unsporting, reckless, violent, or flagrantly in violation of the laws and spirit of the game, and punishable by a caution (and yellow card) or a send-off (and red card).
  9. Behavior not conforming to prevailing standards or laws.
  10. means Fabrication, Falsification, Plagiarism, or any other practice that seriously deviates from practices commonly accepted in the discipline or in the academic and research communities generally in proposing, performing, reviewing, or reporting Research and Creative Activities. ...
  11. An act of wanton or willful disregard of the employer's interest, a deliberate violation of the employer's rules, a disregard of standards of behavior that the employer has the right to expect of his or her employee, or negligence in such degree or recurrence as to manifest culpability, wrongful ...
  12. A practitioner may be subject to a complaint or charge because of conduct considered to be disgraceful, dishonourable, wilful, reckless or charging of grossly excessive costs.
  13. Misconduct can apply to both academic behavior and non-academic behavior. An example of academic misconduct is cheating. An example of non-academic misconduct is destruction of property.
  14. Offenses that include intentional violations, time-wasting, rough or dangerous play, or any bad behavior. Green, yellow, or red cards may be issued for misconduct.
  15. Behavior that is deemed unethical. Normally this refers to author behavior (plagiarism, authorship disputes, failure to disclose required information) but can sometimes also refer to reviewer behavior (such as accepting an invitation to review when they they held a significant conflict of interest).
  16. Deliberate or careless disregard of an employer’s or another employee’s rights or interests.  If it is shown the discharge was due to misconduct, benefits will be denied.
  17. A 10-minute penalty assessed to a player who verbally abuses an official or commits another foul unrelated to the play. The offending player's team does not play shorthanded during the penalty.
  18. Misconduct occurs when a student does not follow the By-Laws, Rules or policies set down by the University. Punishment for misconduct or breach of discipline may include suspension from classes, payment of fines, or exclusion from the University.
  19. inappropriate behavior subject to penalization under Law 12.
  20. Penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct, including dangerous play, using obscene language, or taunting. Results in a green card (warning), yellow card (5-minute suspension), or red card (player disqualification). When players are suspended or disqualified, their team must play with fewer members.
  21. “Improper interference, in the broadest sense, with the proper functioning or activities of the College, or with those who work or study in the College; or action which otherwise damages the College, or action that deviates from accepted instutional, professional, academic or ethical standards, ...
  22. Players can receive a 10 or game misconduct.
  23. When a referee believes a player is acting in a dangerous or un-sportsman like manner. A player can be penalized for misconduct.
  24. is the improper conduct by a student which infringes on the reasonable freedom of others or which is otherwise detrimental to the proper conduct of the University.
  25. behavior deemed by an official to be inappropriate, unsportsmanlike or detrimental to the game.  Typically results in a yellow or red card and possible ejection from the contest.