alertness, memory, retentiveness
, ability to comprehend a complicated situation quickly, ingenuity, decision and other qualities" (uncredited, 1919a).
Not unlike his novels that intertwine history and fiction, the first-person narrator of As Pequenas Memorias frequently alerts the reader to the malleability of his narrative by challenging the veracity of his memories as well as the arbitrariness of their retentiveness
Be sure to convey that oral retentiveness
of cariogenic foods is related to length of time food debris with fermentable carbohydrate remains on the teeth and exposure to decreased pH.
As George Santayana reminded us: "Progress, far from consisting in change, depends on retentiveness
Because the attractiveness property is more potent than the retentiveness
property, majority rule outperforms unanimity rule in our model.
Resin-based sealants, with their characteristics of flow ability and retentiveness
, work exceptionally well and serve their function for many years when placed properly.
After proper refining, it is comparable to carnauba wax with a high retentiveness
like I did in my review of the last mag, but nobody's perfect and youthful exuberance counts for way more than anal retentiveness
As the American philosopher George Santayana noted: "Progress, far from consisting in change, depends on retentiveness
," and "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to fulfill it.
McClatchy, in one of his clever asides in "Feces," connects his anal retentiveness
to his training as a capitalist-in-the-making.
Not to stereotype accountants, but it's good to have that anal retentiveness
in the way that we look at stocks," says Fort.
And tying all these together is the sine qua non for all editors and bibliographers: if you don't have a large measure of anal retentiveness
, you'll never get off editorial first base.
Indeed, I would like to see a Freudian interpretation of social values related to constipation that particularly explores anal retentiveness
and the use of dilators, vibrators and colonic irrigation as methods of prevention and cure.
The philosopher George Santayana said: "Progress, far from consisting of change, depends on retentiveness
Progress, far from consisting in change," the American philosopher said, "depends on retentiveness