How to use Ground-rules in a sentence

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  • All you have to do is lay down the ground rules.

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  • Victor continued with a sadistic chuckle, I am going to tell you where she is; first some ground rules.

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  • Mr. Shipton is still in town and I think it would be wise if you spoke to an attorney or someone to settle the ground rules of your separation from him.

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  • Guidelines, ground rules and basic information exchanges will also occur at this time.

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  • Save yourself a lot of hassle, not to mention cash, down the line by familiarizing yourself with the ground rules up front.

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  • Now that you have read some ground rules for pulling a prank safely and in a smart manner, you will want to pick the actual prank you're going to use!

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  • If you are had set on appropriate dress, you may find it helpful to set down ground rules with your daughter before heading out to shop.

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  • For both California and Florida vacations, you can save money by just setting some ground rules.

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  • Make sure to set some ground rules before giving your child his or her spy kit.

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  • Set ground rules with your partner before the evening begins.

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  • Before your kids become old enough to date, it's a good idea to start developing a few ground rules.

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  • Once the time for dating arrives, it's best to review the ground rules.

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  • These six ground rules will go a long way towards ensuring a safe and rewarding path to better health and strength.

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  • Understanding the ground rules ahead of time helps everyone have more fun.

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  • Remember that it is his party, not yours.Set some basic ground rules for your tween's party, including start and end times.

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  • If you are hosting a boy/girl party, you'll want to set some ground rules as to where guests may or may not go.

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  • Set ground rules before the party, such as no food fights or swimming after dark.

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  • Set some ground rules about how much time can be spent on the computer not working on homework and keep the computer in a communal area of the house so you can easily check on what your children are doing.

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  • Parents may need to set ground rules for kids playing with their virtual pets, and adults should take care not to let their spending get out of control.

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  • Set ground rules before you leave for distractions like phoning the kids, checking email, or even watching television.

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