demonstrativeness


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tending to express your feelings freely

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Thus, in hypertensive patients extroversion and communication skills were combined with emotive signs: emotions, sensuality, anxiety, impressionability, "close to tears," the desire to avoid conflicts in the background of demonstrativeness and of hyperthymity.
Regarding the woodenness, it's to do with the Captain's hands which are of a sign-level language of demonstrativeness. The only time I have seen more information conveyed by the movement of upper limbs is by bookies at the race-track.
Bush and Singh had a warm chemistry, but all the demonstrativeness of warmth came from Bush, not Singh
Jackson wrote essays during his stay covering such subjects as the demonstrativeness of German theatregoers ("Booing is quite a rare practice in my country; compare this with Germany, where thus far one out of every dozen productions I have seen has received a boo") and the German theatre's unbridled pessimism ("The Schaubuhne, like a lot of German theatres, prefers these days to focus on the severity and ugliness of things").
In comparison, the sorts of sights offered in such places as Africa and America, though undoubtedly very exciting, would, I am sure, strike the objective viewer as inferior on account of their unseemly demonstrativeness. (28-29) In his inability--or refusal--to precisely tie the English landscape to an affixed standard of greatness, Stevens thus demonstrates that, as W.J.T.
Primarily this type of controller is used in Sensorika Laboratory educational robots where demonstrativeness and ease of study is most important.
In fact, reason and emotion are perhaps less useful conceptual categories for this study than the distinction between inherited Augustinian and Stoic attitudes to what might be called the 'decorum of demonstrativeness'.
That kind of demonstrativeness is not typical in Japan.
Burroughs associates such demands for demonstrativeness and exclusivity with heterosexual love, and treats everything heterosexual as viral in origin, a horrible disease.