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integrity

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishintegrityin‧teg‧ri‧ty /ɪnˈteɡrəti/ ●○○ AWL noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 1 HONESTthe quality of being honest and strong about what you believe to be rightpersonal/professional/political etc integrity 🔊 a man of great moral integrity2 formalCOMPLETE the state of being united as one complete thing 🔊 the territorial integrity of the country
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integrityRooney brought dignity and integrity to the profession.She is a woman of integrity who has never abandoned her principles for the sake of making money.Councilman Hughey's integrity is unquestioned.They have vowed to protect the country's territorial integrity.personal/professional/political etc integrityBut at least you should start your relationship convinced of his professional and personal integrity.So, how do you compete, while maintaining a business tone and professional integrity?The way the Steputis family coped by normalizing their life surely went a long way toward helping Hank maintain his personal integrity.The battery action protects personal integrity and guards against treatment without consent.They needed the scrupulous professional integrity which nearly proved such a stumbling block to them in this case.Before turning to the individual arguments for teaching history it would be worthwhile emphasising the professional integrity of history teachers.Truly then, the Beatitudes test the personal integrity of our lives and of our interpretation of true happiness.Trust begins with personal integrity which is then shared in marriage too.territorial integrityFirst, territorial integrity is a fuzzy concept when there is a dispute over boundaries.Moreover, in 1914 the Empire had no urgent territorial claims and there was no direct threat to her territorial integrity.Disputes over legitimate rulers are a second underlying problem with claims that territorial integrity has been violated.
From Longman Business Dictionaryintegrityin‧teg‧ri‧ty /ɪnˈtegrəti/ noun [uncountable]1the state of being united or kept together as one whole and strong unitHe believes that such a move could be detrimental to the financial integrity of the firm.A major difficulty was how to protect the integrity of the welfare and pension funds.2complete honestyRegulators questioned the good character and integrity of certain company officials.
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