Noun(1) an authoritative rule of conduct or procedure(2) an explanation or definition of an obscure word in a text(3) directions for the conduct of Christian church services (often printed in red in a prayer book(4) a heading that names a statute or legislative bill; may give a brief summary of the matters it deals with(5) a title or heading that is printed in red or in a special type(6) category name
Verb(1) adorn with ruby red color
(1) Religion as an academic discipline and campus ethos was, in general, the guiding rubric ; that left out, for example, religious rituals and practices.(2) So what then should we include under the rubric of ancient art?(3) The discussions were organised under the rubric of four broad themes: economic production, access to wealth, civil society and the public arena, and, political power and ethics.(4) By placing research from many disciplines under an evolutionary rubric , this book may stimulate conversations across disciplines and, in the process, attract new adherents to an evolutionary way of thinking.(5) It is significant that social movements research, previously rather marginal, has been gradually drawn into the centre of social theory, particularly under the rubric of new social movements.(6) In resistance to globalization, many alternatives identified under the general rubric of anti - globalization movements have emerged.(7) art for a purpose, not for its own sake, was his rubric(8) Most of these patients would fit under the previously used rubric of Banti's syndrome.(9) To complicate matters slightly, I would like also to bring up another rubric - that of ├ö├ç├┐local identity├ö├ç├û.(10) Under the rubric of ├ö├ç├┐cultural studies,├ö├ç├û theorists claim to possess the key to understanding all sorts of human activity, from crime to colonialism.(11) Ten chapters, each laid out under the rubric of a song title, map out some of the main concerns of popular music studies in a textbook format.(12) Because it comes under the rubric of internet self-regulation, this kind of censorship is seen as less intrusive.(13) I answer this quandary by suggesting that we exist under two different constitutions - one for peace and another for war; and whatever exercise of power that cannot be justified under one rubric can be under the other.(14) It does indeed cover an immense array of topics that fall under the general rubric of food studies, including important but less sexy subjects, such as the problem of defining malnutrition.(15) party policies on matters falling under the rubric of law and order(16) He includes metallic standards (gold, silver, bimetallic) under this rubric .