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full of trivial conversation

prone to friendly informal communication

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This represents a significant gap in the literature, given that spirituality is often associated with positive academic coping, combating academic stress and institutional racism, and ameliorating youth health risk factors such as poor mental health and STI risk behaviors (Corbin, Voisin & Snell, 2009; Good & Willoughby, 2006; Hill & Butler, 1995; Holt, Clark, Debnam, & Roth, 2014; Landor, Simons, Simons, Brody, & Gibbons, 2011; Levin, Chattier & Taylor, 1995; McCree, Wingood, DiClemente, Davies, & Harrington, 2003; Musgrave, Allen, & Allen, 2002).
They were more patient while waiting for their female partners to answer the trivia questions and warmer, friendlier and chattier than those who were hostile sexists.
With his boyish frame, easy laugh, and animated brown eyes, he comes across as a chattier breed of cool kid than Laufer, eager to help me decode the group's insular existence.
The fragmented yet loosely linear nature of the Rime sparse offered her the opportunity for episodic reading and rereading of the "intense and 'intensive' " kind that Roger Chattier attributes to the "revolution in reading" in eighteenth-century print culture.
Listeners seem to gravitate toward a looser, friendly, chattier tone, one in which they feel a connection with the hosts.
Como advierte Roger Chattier en su lucida glosa de Ricoeur, memoria e historia son tributarias e "irreductibles"; a la vez que la memoria se cubre de un manto de duda frente a las exigencias de objetividad y rigor epistemologico de los historiadores, esta sigue defendiendose como instancia que aporta la prueba indiscutible de la existencia de un pasado.
When I stood to leave, the chattier of the pair opened his colorful duct tape wallet, and I expected him to hand me a business card.
He's much chattier than I ever imagined because I always had the impression he was really intense from a lot of the roles I've seen him in.
As the subtitle of Finerman's book telegraphs, her tone and style are chattier and less academic than Sandberg's.
Karl Urban's permanently peeved Bones is a great grouch -- albeit chattier than his permanently peeved Judge Dredd in Dredd -- especially when he speaks in elaborate metaphors ("You don't rob a bank when the getaway car has a flat tyre").
Everyone knows each other's names and everyone in the village is much chattier.
After such a decent opening, I became chattier, more relaxed and took my eye off the ball - almost literally - a topped fairway drive was dangerously close to being an air shot.
Ladeando as reflexoes de Roger Chattier acerca das questoes que envolvem a recepcao e a leitura dos textos, o autor confere a essa pratica um estatuto de producao do conhecimento.