demeanour


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The superstar, who was praised for his action avatar in the 2012 film Ek Tha Tiger, sports a revengeful demeanour in the first look of the upcoming spy thriller film.
He definitely keeps emphasising demeanour on court, which I probably would not have put in as one of the priorities for what I needed to improve at that moment.
You could see his demeanour on the side of the pitch.
The 42-year-old Corley rider partnered Miss Demeanour IV, an eight-year-oldbay mare owned by Charles Daker in a competition that attracted 52 competitors aiming to collect one of 12 qualifying places in the Dodson & Horrell National Amateur Championships, at Aintree Equestrian Centre in Liverpool next month.
One woman wrote: "Andy will always be remembered fondly for his lovely gentle demeanour.
with the success of their new movie 'The Avengers', insisting that his happy demeanour inspired the rest of the cast and crew.
LAHORE, May 08, 2010 (Frontier Star): Capital City Police Officer (CCPO), Muhammad Pervez Rathore has awarded cash prizes and commendatory certificates to the officers deployed in CCPO Office, in recognition of their excellent performance and highly professional demeanour in the CCPO Office.
Summary: Behind Sundar Raman's nonchalant demeanour lurks a tough negotiator who knows every blade of grass of his pitch.
Henman has been impressed with the demeanour of Murray and the way he has won the hearts of the same supporters who used to flock to cheer the Englishman on in SW19.
I have seen in Justin a manager dedicated to maintaining an orderly and well-equipped shop, and - more importantly to us, the clients - someone with a calm assurance, politeness and helpful demeanour.
When Israel whored after false gods, the prophets warned of doom and destruction; they never worried about keeping their voices down, their message unthreatening, or their demeanour "nice".
Spectators also applauded Miss Demeanour -- a popular attraction at international air expos worldwide.