(a.) Serving as a pattern; deserving to be proposed for imitation; commendable; as, an exemplary person; exemplary conduct.
(a.) Serving as a warning; monitory; as, exemplary justice, punishment, or damages.
(a.) Illustrating as the proof of a thing.
(n.) An exemplar; also, a copy of a book or writing.
(1) The position that it is time for the nursing profession to develop programs leading to the N.D. degree, or professional doctorate, (for the college graduates) derives from consideration of the nature of nursing, the contributions that nurses can make to development of an exemplary health care system, and from the recognized need for nursing to emerge as a full-fledged profession.
(2) Three million of us are behind our team!” trumpets La Republica, who hail “the national team's exemplary behaviour so far, both individually and collectively.” Naturally they were saying exactly the same thing after the defeat to Costa Rica.
(3) He could execute in an exemplary fashion pieces of music for the organ in his repertory as well as improvise.
(4) The second cause for alarm is more real – the insistence on imposing exemplary, or punitive, damages on those who don't join the regulator (and, in some circumstances, even those who do).
(5) But Miller, in continuing to urge publishers to be "recognised" by the charter did refer to the "incentives", meaning a protection from the payment of legal costs for libel claimants (even if unsuccessful) and the imposition of exemplary damages (which would be very doubtful anyway).
(6) Lt General Stephen Speakes applauded Greene for a “sense of self, a sense of humility” and an exemplary work ethic, according to an account of the promotion ceremony published by the Times Union of Albany, New York, which called Greene an Albany native.
(7) On Friday, Hacked Off called for an urgent correction to one of the major sticking points for Fleet Street: the unintended vulnerability of the amateur blogger who, due to "bad government drafting", could have found themselves liable for exemplary damages.
(8) "[The CQC inspectors] saw some exemplary care, but some hospitals were not even getting the basics right.
(9) Her plan was angrily rejected by the food and drink industry, which claimed an exemplary code already existed that had been rigidly followed by the industry.
(10) These states were selected for the purpose of illustrating two different approaches and not necessarily for the presentation of exemplary evaluation practices.
(11) Unstable angina pectoris, a particular form of acute coronary heart disease is described in two exemplary cases.
(12) The intellectual elegance of her work – and its exemplary quality as an Anthropocene-aware artefact – lies in its subtle tracing of the technological and imperial histories involved in a single extinction event and its residue.
(13) Spotlight is more akin Argo , Ben Affleck’s big winner in 2013: it takes a conventional approach to telling a compelling true story, with assured direction and exemplary performances from its ensemble cast.
(14) No 10 insists Cameron was kept in close contact with the talks from his offices a quarter of a mile away in Downing Street, but it was not necessary for him to be personally present since the substantive talks had already occurred, and the purpose of the Letwin meeting was purely to tidy up aspects of exemplary damages.
(15) They won't put to rights the arbitration procedures that local editors fear; they'll continue to debate the rights and wrongs of exemplary damages till kingdom come.
(16) Sharon Allen, chief executive of Skills for Care, said the academy was doing “exemplary work” and that the award was “well-deserved”.
(17) This failure of supportive, exemplary democratic leadership is even more apparent in Washington, where the longer Barack Obama has remained in office, held hostage by a hostile Congress, the more myopic, seemingly, has become his global strategic vision.
(18) Petrolheads should have been a cast-iron hit – the logic behind it was exemplary: people love Have I Got News For You, people love Top Gear, Neil Morrissey is a beloved comic actor.
(19) At the Economist, we have always been supportive of the idea that anything that could be done to clean up Britain's libel laws[, should be done] … the idea of exemplary damages for people who are outside the system I find very difficult," he said.
(20) The investigators believe that collaboration, caring, and communication are the essence of exemplary health care.
(a.) Giving admonition; instructing by way of caution; warning.
(n.) Admonition; warning; especially, a monition proceeding from an ecclesiastical court, but not addressed to any one person.
(1) Referred to as the "monitorial system," his method utilized students as monitors who performed many of the tasks normally undertaken by a teacher; it was used to teach classes that often exceeded a thousand students at one time.
(2) The lower prevalence of this electrophoretic form in presumably healthy individuals (p = 7%) and noncancer hospitalized patients (p = 30%) suggests that it may be useful as a diagnostic or monitory marker.
(3) Their plasma clofibrate and creatine kinase levels were constantly monitoried to detect clofibrate myotoxicity which we have observed in uremic patients at plasma levels generally considered safe in patients with normal renal function.
(4) Sixty-one monitorial assays of EGOT over 48 weeks supported the following interpretations.