values stand-down
 n.— «Every member of the command, including 7,500 recruiters nationwide and senior officers, was scheduled to take part in the day of instruction, called a “values stand-down.” Mr. Smith said the Army would re-introduce recruiters to legal recruiting practices and the rules that prohibit them from lying to applicants or hiding information from the military that could make them ineligible to serve.» —“Army to Spend Day Retraining Recruiters” by Damien Cave New York Times May 12, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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