Discipline refers to the treatment that corrects or punishes and is intended to control or to establish habits of self -control.

See also:
"Discipline" is in the UNSPSC Code "60105913"
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Other /More definition:
Discipline means training or conditions imposed for the improvement of physical powers, self-control that involves punishment, correction, learning and training.

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