Code of honor

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A code of honor or honor code is generally a set of rules or ideals or a mode or way of behaving regarding honor that is socially, institutionally, culturally, and/or individually or personally imposed, reinforced, followed, and/or respected by certain individuals and/or certain cultures or societies. Codes of honor frequently concern (often subjective) ethical or moral considerations or cultural or individual values and are commonly found in certain honor cultures or within the context of cultures, societies, or situations that place importance on honor.

The term may specifically refer to:

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"Code of honor" is the name of several works of entertainment and literature, including:

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