(1) It then promotes this into a moral precept for life in general.(2) the legal precept of being innocent until proven guilty(3) children learn far more by example than by precept(4) It can also mean a precept , rule, principle, maxim, formula or method.(5) the precept required a supplementary rate of 6.1p in the pound(6) For example, Albert the Great remarked that the more general a precept is, the more properly it may be said to belong to the natural law.(7) But though they mistook his observations of human behaviour for universal precepts , he must take some of the blame.(8) It involves rules and precepts - the do's and don'ts of life with others - as well as explicit instructions, exhortations, and training.(9) Very few of them received an Arnoldian education though they would have imbibed the same moral precepts .(10) Elder initiated men also instruct them in moral precepts and beliefs.(11) Thundering with divine authority and flowing with moral clarity, these precepts function as a mirror to show where humankind stands on the highest standard of moral and ethical behaviour.(12) The general structural and moral precepts around which these relationships are constituted are evident at certain stages of beer drinks.(13) ├ö├ç├┐I do not think the electorate will wear very large precepts from police authorities any more than they would wear very large precepts from local authorities,├ö├ç├û he said.(14) He was a theologian with well-defined critiques of secularism and unhealthy laxity of behavior on moral precepts .(15) Candidates were to demonstrate in their lives the precepts of the Golden Rule.(16) These intuitionist approaches, whether at the level of specific precepts or general principles, are not only theoretically unsatisfying, but are also quite unhelpful in practical matters.