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Will he not also require natural aptitude for his calling?
It has thus its races of traders, trappers, hunters, and voyageurs, born and brought up in its service, and inheriting from preceding generations a knowledge and aptitude in everything connected with Indian life, and Indian traffic.
When the decadence attacks a nature naturally proud and selfish and vain, and lacking both the aptitude and habit of self-restraint, the development of the disease is more swift, and ranges to farther limits.
At first the work had been tolerable from its novelty, but now it grew irksome; and when he discovered that he had no aptitude for it, he began to hate it.
Apart from her, he was a somewhat vulgar, entirely commonplace young man, of saving habits, and with some aptitude for business, in a small way.
I received a most civil answer, thanking me for my courtesy, and complimenting me on the extraordinary aptitude with which I profited by the most incomplete and elementary instruction.
Her natural woman's aptitude soon renders her able to give a little help.
He had led an easy life, ordering much and working little, and had no aptitude for any new business.
The fact is, count," answered the mother, agreeably flattered, "he has great aptitude, and learns all that is set before him.
I inquired of you if poisons acted equally, and with the same effect, on men of the North as on men of the South; and you answered me that the cold and sluggish habits of the North did not present the same aptitude as the rich and energetic temperaments of the natives of the South.
In Pakistan, however, the preferred method of instruction assumes that everyone can learn different materials in the same pedagogy, without assessment and evaluation of aptitudes of students of various grades and levels.
The C-DAT measures children's aptitudes in seven different areas: verbal reasoning, numerical ability, abstract reasoning, mechanical reasoning, space relations, spelling and language usage.
Sin embargo y a pesar de las interferencias cognitivas que manifiestan las personas con ansiedad social, las aptitudes cognitivas no han sido analizadas en relacion con este trastorno en la adolescencia.
It means that the children of well-off parents have a head start, especially those who benefit from private music lessons or dance classes which turn aptitudes into successful entrance applications - much like those who have private tuition to pass the 11-plus.
Thus, in this study, the output variable consists of the students' technical and entrepreneurial aptitudes.