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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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Literature is surveyed the effect of teaching learning style match on the academic achievements of the students in their course work.
A learning style might change according to experience.
From the influential standpoint an individual's conflict style is a behavioral orientation and general expectation about one's approach to conflict (Ruble and Thomas 1976 Thomas and Kilmann 1978).
Knowledge of individual primary personal styles and associated characteristics by educators and students could assist each to self-analyze behavioral observations to help each individual to determine the extent to which his/her style applications are working constructively or not.
A small district with only about 22 students per grade level, Hull says the students are interested to know how their personalities and learning styles affect their ability to perform in class.
I encourage people to look for their own styles but please don't let it drive you crazy
Style guides--specific fields: MLA (Modern Language Association) Style Manual, AMA (American Medical Association) Manual of Style, CBE (Council of Biology Editors) Manual for Authors, Editors and Publishers.
Don't get a really involved style if you can't make the commitment to getting it to look great," says Andrew Bartfield, director of education at L'Oreal Professionel.
The International Style was modern because it followed necessity, and necessity was defined through advances in technology.
Although they responded to the same natural environment to provide an acceptable living environement, the style in which they accomplished it differed widely.
The term style was used in the present study and is in agreement with the conceptualization of Ladany, Walker, and Melincoff (2001), whose definition of supervision styles includes not only the "distinctive manner of responding to supervisees" but also the "different approaches the supervisors use" (p.
So, she loves the bright colors of Indian textiles and learned to cook in the French style.
The lutenist-composers of John Dowland's generation developed their own style of solo lute music, lute songs, and mixed consort music.
It shows the exact boundaries of the element, the relations in the HTML hierarchy, the style properties and the style rules that apply to the element.
Instead, these books insist that style is innate and all that's needed to turn a so-so-looking room into a stunning space is an under standing of your own unique style.