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the combination of emotional, intellectual, and moral qualities that distinguishes an individual

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Schizophrenia is not characterized by dual personality and to perpetuate this myth is a great disservice to those persons already suffering from a brain disorder.
In sum, this is a book undermined by a dual personality.
It's not all late-night decadence though - this is a dual state place with a dual personality to match.
I don't want to push her too far, so I gingerly ask if she feels she has a dual personality.
Given the dual personality of the DVD consumer as both a planned and impulse shopper, retailers need to create a set that addressed both of these consumer needs.
Alright, I can't pretend that the huge contrast between the trilogy and the column's usual beat didn't make me sound like a schizophrenic; but it was something I just couldn't resist not writing about, it's a personal passion which I might have imposed upon readers who don't quite share that passion, but there isn't really any dual personality or anything.
Part of the reason for this is a direct outgrowth of Tri-Way's dual personality as a machine tool builder and a part supplier.
The actual plot is thus simple; yet the novel is complex, for the grandmother has a dual personality.
This simultaneity, as we have seen, has clear implications for reading Johnson's ex-colored man, and we can profitably keep it in mind when we consider a novel like Chesnutt's The House Behind the Cedars, in which the implicit dual personality of the passing figure is made explicit: Chesnutt offers us not one passing figure, but two.
In the book Know Your Woods, Albert Constantine sums up the wood's dual personality, writing that ekki is used "when great strength is required, as in flooring, where the wood is subject to a good deal of wear.
Nonetheless, it is not Potier's intention to suggest that Sraffa had a dual personality or that he errs on the side of irresolution.
This means that, with the SP101 in stock, the dealer is actually able to offer a gun with a dual personality -- a target shooter and a centerfire self-defense gun in a choice of calibers.
While these cases point to a link between epilepsy and some cases of dual personality, the underlying causes of the disorder are unknown.
But now they have a choice", plus a final presentation by Cisco's Roland Klemann sharing his vision of tomorrow's mobile cloud who predicts that the future will see virtual desktop integration, thin-client, cloud-based devices, and further blurring of professional and personal lives using dual personality devices.