demeanor


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behavior through which one reveals one's personality

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He went hastily down, and was followed by a dignified person, dressed in a purple velvet suit with very rich embroidery; his demeanor would have possessed much stateliness, only that a grievous fit of the gout compelled him to hobble from stair to stair, with contortions of face and body.
On board ship he evidently assumed the hardness of deportment and sternness of demeanor which many deem essential to naval service.
After NU's three-set loss to De La Salle, 25-20, 25-18, 25-10, Nierva left the playing floor in tears, but she changed her demeanor heading into the match against the Lady Falcons.
Speaking to the Thoroughbred Daily News, he said: "Frankel sort of changed my approach and my overall demeanor toward riding.
The IGP stressed the Tarffic Wardens to improve their public dealing and demeanor. They must extend necessary assistance to public especially vulnerable groups including women, children, old persons, special persons while on road.
Demeanor refers to the teacher's classroom disposition and orientation to teaching, such as the positive traits of being motivating, supportive, caring, and having high expectations; and the negative traits of being harsh, negligent, inflexible, and having low expectations.
Stephen David, lawyer of purported pork barrel scam mastermind Janet Lim Napoles, asked the Sandiganbayan Fifth Division to take notice of the demeanor of whistleblower Benhur Luy.
MQB 2010-010) Sanctioned by Decision entered May 10, 2012--Six hours of continuing education credits on the subjects of demeanor, impartiality, balanced process and sensitivity; submitting a reflective report following the CMEs; observation of five separate mediations by five mediators--must not be credit union or credit card collection mediations--and imposition of costs of the proceeding.
For his chilly demeanor Not even his pipe Seemed to give off smoke.
It's recognized that an agent's demeanor can directly impact the bottom line of the business.
The contrast between her modern demeanor and speech and the more archaic ones of Faerie is amusing and not overdone; the reader gets the impression that she will never quite get the knack of being a Faerie Princess.
Last, but far from least, is Montgomery's husband Howard Mansfield, also an author, who seems to meet each minor emergency and major crisis with the same calm demeanor, without seeming any less kind and caring for his competence.