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If you use Prettier to format your Markdown files, Prettier might auto-format your code to invalid admonition syntax. To avoid this problem, add empty lines around the starting and ending directives. This is also why the examples we show here all have empty lines around the content.



You can customize how each individual admonition type is rendered through swizzling. You can often achieve your goal through a simple wrapper. For example, in the follow example, we swap out the icon for info admonitions only.

Admonitions are implemented with a Remark plugin. The plugin is designed to be configurable. To customize the Remark plugin for a specific content plugin (docs, blog, pages), pass the options through the admonitions key.

An admonition is direction, warning or advice from a judge. A judge can admonish anyone in the courtroom, including defendants, prosecutors, witnesses and spectators. For example, in 1999, two female prosecutors were admonished by the judge for wearing pantsuits instead of skirts during trial proceedings. Sometimes the judge will admonish courtroom observers to restrain themselves during the reading of the verdict. Failure to comply with an admonition can have various results, including being found in Contempt of Court or being removed from the courtroom.

You should not embed headings (lines starting with #) inside of admonitions, dropdowns, or other content blocks such as this.Sphinx (and thus Jupyter Book) uses headings to define the major top-level sections of a document.For this reason, nesting a heading within a block will cause unpredictable breakage of the document structure.

Admonitions ("safety messages" or "hazard statements") can appear anywherean ordinary body element can. They contain arbitrary body elements.Typically, an admonition is rendered as an offset block in a document,sometimes outlined or shaded.

Any text immediately following the directive indicator (on the sameline and/or indented on following lines) is interpreted as a directiveblock and is parsed for normal body elements. For example, thefollowing "note" admonition directive contains one paragraph and abullet list consisting of two list items:

In the Reformed churches, admonition was a formal procedure in church discipline for the correction of members of the congregation who had deviated from the doctrine or conduct of the church. In dealing with serial offenders it opened the way to excommunication.[3]

Under Admission and Discipline Rule 25VIII E(7), the Commission may, in its discretion and with the judge's consent, resolve a misconduct case in which the members have voted to file disciplinary charges by publicly issuing a Commission Admonition in lieu of filing charges. The Commission has issued the following public admonitions:

When you want to apply an admonition to complex content, set the label as a style attribute on a block.As seen in the next example, admonition labels are commonly set on example blocks.This behavior is referred to as masquerading.The label must be uppercase when set as an attribute on a block.

In the examples above, the admonition is rendered in a callout box with the style label in the gutter.You can replace the textual labels with font icons by setting the icons attribute on the document and assigning it the value font.

If image-based or font-based icons are not available, you can leverage the admonition caption to display an emoji (or any symbol from Unicode) in the place of the admonition label, thus giving you an alternative way to make admonition icons.

If the icons attribute is not set on the document, the admonition label is shown as text (e.g., CAUTION).The text for this label comes from an AsciiDoc attribute.The name of the attribute is -caption, where is the admonition type in lowercase.For example, the attribute for a tip admonition is tip-caption.

This painting used to be known as The paternal admonition, but the observant viewer will see that this is not a father admonishing his daughter. The man, a soldier, is simply too young. The scene is in fact set in a brothel: the man is a customer, the elegant young lady is the prostitute, and the woman just taking a sip from her glass is the procuress. The bed in the background and the table with mirror likewise point in this direction. Gerard ter Borch rendered this delicate subject matter so subtly that some confusion originated about nature of the work.

late 14c., amonicioun "reminding, instruction," from Old French amonicion "admonition, exhortation," from Latin admonitionem (nominative admonitio) "a suggestion, a reminding; an admonition," noun of action from past-participle stem of admonere "to advise, warn" (see admonish).

Admonitions, also known as call-outs, are an excellent choice for including side content without significantly interrupting the document flow. Material for MkDocs provides several different types of admonitions and allows for the inclusion and nesting of arbitrary content.

Important: admonitions that use the inline modifiers must be declared prior to the content block you want to place them beside. If there's insufficient space to render the admonition next to the block, the admonition will stretch to the full width of the viewport, e.g., on mobile viewports.

The driver furthermore told the officer that he would be refusing post-arrest chemical testing. The officer made a note of this declaration and planned to read the legally required admonition that informs drivers of the potential legal ramifications of refusing chemical testing, such as the loss of driving privileges.

The officer, though, never gave the admonition. As the process of arresting the driver and transporting him to jail transpired, the driver tried to escape his handcuffs, tried to kick out the rear window of the police vehicle, and began violently resisting the officers, who eventually put him in restraints. In all this flurry of activity, the officer never gave the driver the required admonition about refusing chemical testing.

Q: I am preparing to seal my brotherhood in the Order. I am working on the Brotherhood requirements and have only one question, "What is the admonition?" I have searched and searched. I have read the OA Handbook cover to cover, I have searched the internet and can not find the admonition anywhere. I have only heard it whispered once during the Ordeal induction ceremony. I must have been excited because I have forgotten it. Can you help me?

A: As you have discovered, the admonition of the OA is not readily available. This is by design, as it is intended to be known only to those who are members. It is not surprising that you may have forgotten the admonition; the Ordeal ceremony is intended to be the climax of an intense experience, and the exact details of it may not be clear until later. Do not be worried.

This is why most lodges have procedures to help Ordeal members like you as they work to better understand the Ordeal they went through, and its meaning. When you arrive at your event, you will probably find that there is a designated way for those members working to seal their membership in Brotherhood to meet and discuss the information they need to know. (Some lodges do this as a group session; others have the people working on Brotherhood meet individually with more experienced members.) You should be able to find out the admonition at that time.

If, for some reason, no such activity is scheduled for those working on Brotherhood, ask the event leaders. If they can not help you, you can ask an experienced OA member what the admonition is. The ceremony chair and adviser should know, as the admonition is written in the Ceremony for the Ordeal book.

To enable it, go to the admin page for text formats (/admin/config/content/formats). Choose a format you want to add admonitions to. Drag the admonition button onto the toolbar, and save. Now you'll be able to add and edit admonitions in CKEditor.

If the admonition content includes elements separated by blank lines, place the content in a delimited example block (====).This behavior is referred to as masquerading.Place the appropriate label, in all uppercase, on the block in an attribute list ([]).

Admonitions are a great way to include side content, without significantly interrupting the document flow. Sphinx provides several different types of admonitions and allows for the inclusion and nesting of arbitrary content.

Previous versions of Hugo documentation used blockquotes to draw attention to text. This is not the intended semantic use of . Use blockquotes when quoting. To note or warn your user of specific information, use the admonition shortcodes that follow.

(1) Disbarment by the court.(2) Suspension by the court for an appropriate fixed period of time not in excess of three years.(3) Probation imposed by the court not in excess of two years, or imposed by the board or counsel with the consent of the respondent not in excess of two years; provided, however, that probation may be renewed for an additional [two year] period by consent or after a hearing to determine if there is a continued need for supervision. If the respondent objects to the board or counsel's imposition of probation, the misconduct must either be made the subject of formal charges or a recommendation that probation be imposed must be filed with the court. The conditions of probation should be stated in writing. Probation shall be used only in cases where there is little likelihood that the respondent will harm the public during the period of rehabilitation and the conditions of probation can be adequately supervised. Probation shall be terminated upon the filing of an affidavit by respondent showing compliance with the conditions and an affidavit by the probation monitor stating that probation is no longer necessary and summarizing the basis for that statement.(4) Reprimand by the court or the board. A reprimand shall be in writing and either imposed in person or served upon the respondent by certified mail. A reprimand issued by the court shall be published in the official reports for the guidance of other lawyers. A reprimand imposed by the board shall be published in the journal of the state bar and in a newspaper of general circulation in each judicial district in which the lawyer maintained an office for the practice of law.(5) Admonition by disciplinary counsel imposed with the consent of the respondent and the approval of the chair of a hearing committee. An admonition cannot be imposed after formal charges have been issued. Admonitions shall be in writing and served upon the respondent. They constitute private discipline since they are imposed before the filing of formal charges. Only in cases of minor misconduct, when there is little or no injury to a client, the public, the legal system, or the profession, and when there is little likelihood of repetition by the lawyer, should an admonition be imposed. A summary of the conduct for which an admonition was imposed may be published in a bar publication for the education of the profession, but the lawyer shall not be identified. An admonition may be used in subsequent proceedings in which the respondent has been found guilty of misconduct as evidence of prior misconduct bearing upon the issue of the sanction to be imposed in the subsequent proceeding.(6) Upon order of the court or the board, or upon stipulation, restitution to persons financially injured, disgorgement of all or part of the lawyer's or law firm's fee, and reimbursement to the client security [protection] fund.(7) Upon order of the court or the board, or upon stipulation, assessment of the costs of the proceedings, including the costs of investigations, service of process, witness fees, and a court reporter's services, in any case where discipline is imposed or there is a transfer to disability inactive status.(8) Limitation by the court on the nature or extent of the respondent's future practice. 041b061a72


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