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tom, tradition, discipline, fixed practice, regular course; routine, monotony, tedium.
regularly,
adv. 1. recurrently, habitually, always; seasonally, periodically, cyclically; persistently, constantly, steadfastly, continuously; at fixed intervals, in due order, at stated periods, intermittently.
2. rhythmically, steadily, repeatedly, continually; constantly, incessantly, unceasingly, unchangingly, unvaryingly; uninterruptedly, unintermittently, ceaselessly; day in, day out, everyday, like clockwork.
3. commonly, usually, generally, normally, naturally; customarily, ordinarily, typically, archetypically, traditionally, familiarly, popularly, currently.
regulate, v. 1. control, direct, rule, govern, manage; order, instruct; administer, handle, run, operate, discharge, maintain; overlook, superintend, supervise, look after, have charge of; pilot, steer, guide; arrange, conduct, dispose.
2. adjust, fix, set, establish; equalize, balance, equate, counterbalance, counterpoise; time, coordinate, synchronize.
3. systematize, methodize, systemize, organize; standardize, normalize, centralize; order, discipline, put to rights; marshal, set up,
Inf. line up; classify, codify, categorize, catalogue; line, align, lay out, sort out.
regulation,
n. 1. rule, order, command, commandment, directive, direction, instruction; imperative, ultimatum, dictum, dictate, behest, Archaic, hest; act, law, Latin, lex, statute, ordinance, ruling, (pi.) parie-tals; formula, formulary, standing order, bylaw; norm, canon, code, convention, standard; edict, decree, fiat, ukase; proclamation, pronouncement, declaration, bull.
2. direction, management, control, administration, governance, government; supervision, superintendence, oversight, eye, auspices, aegis, jurisdiction; arrangement, disposition, conduct, organization; guidance, lead, authority; rule, discipline, regime, reign, regnancy.
3. adjustment, establishment, setting, fixing; coordination, adaptation, synchronization, harmonization; timing, squaring, balancing, balance.
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adj. 4. standard, regular, stock, mean; accepted, universal.
5. usual, customary, normal, typical, ordinary; accustomed, wonted, habitual, consuetudinal; every day, widespread, popular.
regulatory,
adj. 1. directing, directive, managerial, managing, governing, controlling, commanding; guiding, leading, head, regulating; administrative, executive, supervisory, superintendent.
2. reigning, sovereign, chief, leading; ascendant, dominant, predominant, prevalent, prevailing, obtaining.
regurgitate, v. 1. surge back, rush back, flow back, resurge, reflow, back up; ebb, bring back, reissue, regorge.
2. vomit, egest, throw up,
SI. puke, SI. barf; heave, SI. upchuck, SI. urp, keck, retch; disgorge, spew, discharge, throw out, belch, burp; expel, ejaculate, debouch, disembogue, shoot out, gush forth, stream out.
3. repeat, retell, recapitulate, say over, redo; reiterate,
Inf. rehash, quote oneself; restate, go over the same ground.
rehabilitate, v. 1. restore, reclaim, redevelop, recondition, return to normal
or normalcy; renovate, renew, refurbish, redecorate, brighten up, give a breath of fresh air; repair, fix, fix up, mend, doctor, get back in shape; redintegrate, make whole again, put back together, reconstitute, recompose, reconstruct, rebuild; remedy, rectify, correct, amend.

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Respect for time

Never ever compromise on discipline, if you set a meeting at a certain time, make sure that everyone is on time, latecomers can't be allowed in the meeting even if there are valid excuses. We must promote respect for each other's time. Just imagine if you have called 10 members and you start meeting late by 5 minutes, you have wasted 50 minutes of organization's precious time, same way it's equally important to end meetings on time.

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