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the physical or constitutional characteristics of a person

clothing worn by members of a religious order

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an established custom

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(psychology) an automatic pattern of behavior in reaction to a specific situation

a distinctive attire worn by a member of a religious order

the general form or mode of growth (especially of a plant or crystal)

attire that is typically worn by a horseback rider (especially a woman's attire)

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It's been nine years since the cast of American Pie were last on set together and seems old habbits die hard, as the actors explain they regressed to their teenage selves when they met up.
Leaving the bad (people, habbits [sic], and negative energy behind) time to make changes-right
Mary Cani, of Etam, said: "Most of the wishes children make are to go to Lapland and our manager Nicola Habbits came up with the idea of cycling the distance the children will travel.
This suggests that to be recognized by management, work habbits bordering on workaholism must be present.
The North East retail expert said the growing trend for city centre convenience stores was due to changing shopping habbits where people 'top up' during the week rather than carry out PS100 shops at the weekend.
D18452_2 CARING BUNCH: The Big W Wabbit with (from left) store staff Nichola Habbits and Sean Conlon, hospital ward sister Donna Ensor, hospital play specialist Joan Whitaker and PCs Dawn Murkett and Julie Fleming.