dutifulness


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piety by virtue of devotion to duty

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Safavid shahs, the visualization of the saviors of the board, and dutifulness felt the chain-wide on his shoulder.
Flavio DiPietro, Area Financial Controller of Impregilo, said, "The details of the financial transaction have been carried out with the maximum professionalism thanks to a tailored and dutifulness work that has rendered a financial instrument that today we are here to represent as a benchmark for the international market and primarily for the State of Qatar.
The details of the financial transaction have been carried out with the maximum professionalism, thanks to a tailored and dutifulness work that has rendered a financial instrument that today "we are here to represent as a benchmark for the international market and primarily for Qatar", Flavio DiPietro, Area Financial Controller of Impreglio, said.
Each of the writers she has chosen shares a resistance to dutifulness and a playful confidence in the transformative power of ludic, comic, suggestive, or wry language.
Classical theory underlines dutifulness, rationality, behaving according to fundamentals, preserving hierarchy and professionalism.
Chughtai's fiction also supports Sudhir Kakar's view that majority of Indian wives are sexually deprived and unsatisfied, yet by focusing on the changing sexual attitudes and behavior of wives like Begum Jan and Lajo, it effectively dispel myths about their sexual conservatism, passivity and dutifulness.
For Luther, the law was clearly Judaic, and the higher dutifulness was Christian piety subject to divine grace.
Taking into account a specific character of criteria describing it, the model is based on education, professional experience, position, dutifulness, the scope of decision making and responsibility as well as on self-dependence at work and work culture.
Tomorrow a new course begins--which I have to lead--and then too I have to prepare for my absence--I am being very "dutiful" and find myself comical in my dutifulness.
Conscientiousness is measured by a subject's level of competence, order, dutifulness, achievement striving, self-discipline, and deliberation.
563 million of the same period the precious financial year, adding increase in the recovery reflected the dedication and dutifulness of the officials of the department.
Ann awakens to and rejects her social position as homosocial currency within a patriarchal economy, (22) only to find herself reinscribed in the same terms, governed by a masculinist Victorian tradition that conceptualizes women as "domestic angels despising sexuality but submitting to man's beastly impulses out of angelic charity and dutifulness.
Instead of swimsuit and evening wear competitions, the contestants were subject to a three-month test of dutifulness to their parents and family, and of their service to society.
Instead, the winner and the two runner-up princesses had to undergo a three-month test of their dutifulness to their parents and family, and their service to society.
Your kindness and sense of dutifulness may not see you win any big prizes or rapturous plaudits, but if you do someone a good turn it can in turn help you to feel good too.