dutifulness


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piety by virtue of devotion to duty

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For [theta] between -3 and 3, the SEs for almost all the facets, except Compliance and Dutifulness, were lower than .
In doing so she has shown a dutifulness and commitment to her country and people, providing a balm of institutional continuity.
Due to hard work and dutifulness of doctors, nurses and rescue institutions, a number of precious human lives were saved.
55 *** Personality traits Gregariousness Tendency to fantasize Excitement seeking Trust Altruism Compliance Friendliness Self-discipline Competence Order Deliberation Emotional sensitivity Warmth Dutifulness Optimism Coping styles Avoiding problems Fantasizing Self-blaming Seeking help Rationalizing Problem-solving Constant -3.
In contrast, Aeneas' most lauded attribute is his pietas, which translates to something broadly encompassing dutifulness or piety to one's family, ancestral heritage and gods.
14) On the one hand we have (Protestant) morality, conscience, and dutifulness, as embodied in the speaker's normal mindset, on the other hand the agenda of a wider (quasi-Catholic) liberal learning, nuance, and enlightenment, and hence a fairer-minded appreciation of the Other (as represented by Venice).
The medical education and the professional medicine faces many challenges in terms of accountability, commitment to improvement of knowledge and skills, ethics, dutifulness, responsibility, decision making and ethically sound patient-doctor relationships in both, graduates and undergraduates8.
Further, the conscientiousness facets of order, competence dutifulness, self-discipline, and deliberation were inversely related to compulsive buying.
A year later, Hitler made Neurath Reich Protector in the newly seized Czech territory and charged him with the occupation policies, a charge that Neurath carried out with his customary dutifulness.
Edward Cocke formulated the same ideas in the following way: <<But how soever I know myself the meanest and inferior to all that ever were before me in this place, yet in faithfulness of service and dutifulness of love I thinke nott myself inferior to anie that ever were before me>>, Proceedings, vol.
289) Such individuals scored lower on numerous traits, including Warmth, Trust, Straightforwardness, Altruism, Compliance, Modesty, Competence, Dutifulness, and Deliberation.
Semantic systems dominate in the era, the Safavid Shah is the Sufi leader, representatives or agents of the Hidden Imam (aj), ideal symbol of Iranian nationality and living practices in the tradition of Iranshahr and reading an Iranian Shiite Muslim caliph and sultan and who is burdened dutifulness towards material progress and technocratic governance of the country.
In return, children owe their mothers care, love, affection, respect and dutifulness.
That he/she shall enter into a bond of brotherhood with this humble servant of God, pledging obedience to me in everything good, for the sake of Allah, and remain faithful to it till the day of his/her death; that he/she shall exert such a high devotion in the observance of this bond as is not to be found in any other worldly relationship and connections demanding devoted dutifulness.
I am tempted to cite an example of self discipline and dutifulness.