demeanor


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behavior through which one reveals one's personality

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We find nothing more un-Christian than performing an action which counters the demeanor of a public official which Senator De Lima did when she arrogantly applied selective justice to the political opposition while enjoying her so-called frailties of a woman,' Roque said in a statement.
Further, the dread of being caught red-handed would have a remedial effect on the behavior and demeanor of the traffic staff.
We consider a teacher's demeanor and the environment she creates to be related, and so review them together.
So, whether in a positive or negative way, agent demeanor can impact customer satisfaction, which in turn impacts the bottom line.
Offenders can sense changes in officers' demeanor and can draw inferences from their body language that could indicate what future actions they may make.
Parks once after her autobiography first came out in 1992, and she still exuded a calm determination, wrapped in a sweet demeanor, that made her the right woman at the right time and place.
Their stoic demeanor, large limpid eyes, and aura of reflective quietude have led them to be reckoned as symbols of wisdom, the companions of Athena.
All proclaimed that they did not know what Pratt was up to and seemed sincere in their demeanor and delivery.
Usher rivals the master's romantic vocal style with a luscious "Superstar," while American Idol vet Fantasia conjures up his sunny onstage demeanor on "'Til My Baby Comes Home.
95), an aptly-named exploration of the Rose is Rose comic strip character who has two personalities: her conservative everyday demeanor and an inner wild 'motorcycle woman', Number 10 of Patrick McDonnell's Mutts comics is WHO LET THE CAT OUT?
A drinker who drank when she smoked,/With a carefree demeanor she joked.
Randt's candor, professional demeanor and steadfastness, garnered respect, as well as camaraderie, among his peers in the military and his counterparts in the transportation industry.
He adds that Pover was a more logical choice because her success and demeanor fit Chicken Soup's philosophy.
The most popular persona so far seems to be Killjoy Kerry, as depicted in jokes about his long face and dour demeanor.