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Synonyms for style

Synonyms for style

a distinctive way of expressing oneself

the approach used to do something

behavior through which one reveals one's personality

the word or words by which one is called and identified

to describe with a word or term

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a particular kind (as to appearance)

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the popular taste at a given time

(botany) the narrow elongated part of the pistil between the ovary and the stigma

editorial directions to be followed in spelling and punctuation and capitalization and typographical display

distinctive and stylish elegance

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a pointed tool for writing or drawing or engraving

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a slender bristlelike or tubular process

designate by an identifying term

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make consistent with a certain fashion or style

make consistent with certain rules of style

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This teaching style inventory measure the teaching styles on five subcategories of teaching styles such as "expert, formal authority, personal model, facilitator and delegator".
1 In order to identify the teaching styles of the instructors, first value of mean scores on the five subcategories of the teaching style inventory were calculated.
Learning style is a preferred way of processing and maintaining information and skills and various models are proposed for its clarification.
Claxton and Murrell15 reviewed numerous learning style models and classified them as (1) models related to personality, (2) models focusing on information processing, (3) models designed to measure social interaction preference, and (4) instructional preference models.
The field studies have shown that supervisors who use an integrating style achieved more behavioral compliance with their requests (Rahim and Buntzman 1990).
The identification of learning styles has its roots in the work of Carl Jung and his research into personality types, and also, the subsequent development of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, developed by Katherine Cook Briggs and daughter Isabell Briggs Meyers during World War II.
There is an architectural cliche that dates at least as far back as the 19th Century French architect and theoretician Violette le Duc, which asserts that all of the various ornamental details we take for granted in classical architectural styles are vestiges of previous functional elements.
Hypothesis 3: No significant relationship would exist between the supervisors' style preferences and the supervisees' style preferences when assessed prior to supervision.
Think of food and drink as accessories to complement your makeover style.
The period between 1625 and 1660 is marked as the age of imitation and influence by the French lutenists who developed a new lute style of style brise.
One of the challenges of creating good looking web pages is to keep track of linked style sheets, embedded style sheets, style sheets included in other style sheets and in-line style rules.
Furnishing Forward (Bulfinch Press) helps readers define their personal style and buy quality pieces that represent who they are--all on a realistic budget.
By the same token, it is further hypothesized that student learning styles will not affect the satisfaction or effectiveness of collaborative learning.
Black Children: Their Roots, Culture and Learning Styles, Hale-Benson (1982) suggested that the formal methods of educating African American students had not succeeded because educators had not used teaching styles that corresponded with African American children's unique learning styles.