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mental acquisitiveness

undue interest in the affairs of others

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If you don't have passion, nobody can do anything about it." Also, curiousity and imagination is important.
The series, which launches this weekend, is based on a real sports entertainment programme from the 80s, GLOW (Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling), where out-of-work actresses were recruited to play wrestlers in a successful but short lived TV curiousity.
Even student leaders-who, out of touristic curiousity, slipped into China and Moscow to attend international conferences-were investigated by the congressional committee on anti-Filipino activities as soon as they came back.
colleagues describe her as having a passion that is contagious, a strategic mind, a natural sense of curiousity and creative problem- solving skills.
Open to experience factor refers to the nature of appreciation for art, emotions, usual ideas, curiousity and variety of experiences.
"When we first looked at it, it was more out of curiousity to see what it looked like," Horn told Broker's Weekly.
She said evidence presented to the inquest suggested Mason "ingested or inhaled something which has Mason's mother, Suzzanne Douglass, believes it was 'curiousity' that led to her son's death PETER REIMANN Suzzanne and Mason Douglass reacted adversely with his body".
Neither the workmen had the curiousity, or perhaps the courage to explore it, and the opening which led to the discovery was closed up again as soon as possible."
Growing vegetables with a twist such as purple cauliflower, yellow carrots, mottled beans and tropical fruit will generate curiousity among even the most oppositional worker.
So I agreed to go (for future reference and also out of morbid curiousity).
For teachers, there are presentations on how to get students of all ages engaged in reading and on how to feed the flames of curiousity in new readers who may otherwise be distracted in the age of technology.
"She has a curiousity for other languages and for the four dominant cultures that visit the outlet; she has learned the basics of those languages and is thus able to break the ice with those customers."
Proud of Thomas's penmanship - and curiousity - his dad Olivier said: "I thought the letter was quite positive and to get a reply was nice - and Thomas was delighted!"
It is in fact nothing short of a miracle that the modern methods of instruction have not yet entirely strangled the holy curiousity of inquiry: for this delicate little plant aside from stimulation stands mainly in need of freedom; without this, it goes to wrack and ruin, without fail.
Frustration and curiousity characterize the final days of camp, as the girls work to ready their robots for their floor trials, and prepare presentations about the cars they have built and researched.