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Synonyms for habitual

subject to a disease or habit for a long time

familiar through repetition

commonly practiced or used

Synonyms for habitual

commonly used or practiced

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In comparing these metrics across countries, the researchers found that in the United States, both affective and habitual commitment were more strongly associated with repurchasing goods than services.
a provision under the Motor Vehicles Act 1988 under which habitual criminals can be disqualified from holding a driving licence, but it is not being used.
The reasoning of the Court began with an analysis of the principle of habitual residence.
In its judgement, the committee said: "We considered the player's previous record and concluded that he is an habitual offender against the laws of the game, and one for whom there needs to be a deterrent to combat a clear pattern of offending.
Porem, para realizar uma avaliacao da atividade fisica habitual, seria importante rever os metodos de analise (Reis, Petroski e Lopes, 2000) e levar em conta diversos fatores, como compatibilidade das atividades diarias, custos financeiros dos instrumentos (Santos, 2000), ja que ha diversos instrumentos que avaliam atividades fisicas na populacao (Lara, 2008; Guedes e Guedes, 2006).
On 11 December 2013, Dassault Systemes' indirect subsidiary 3DS Acquisition AG (the offeror) had published a voluntary public offer to shareholders with permanent or habitual residence or domicile in the EU of Realtime Technology AG (RTT) (FRA:R1T.
2) In reaction to the growing rate of parental abductions, the United Nations developed the Hague Convention on Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction in 1980 for the purpose of protecting children from wrongful international removals and ensuring that the abducted children are safely returned to their true habitual residence; nevertheless, a substantial amount of law is left for the judicial system to interpret.
The roll-out of the new habitual residence test is the first in a series of measures to ensure that we have a fair system - one which provides support for genuine workers and jobseekers, but does not allow people to come to our country and take advantage.
NIGELLA Lawson has told a court that she had taken cocaine in the past but said the idea that she is a "drug addict or habitual user of cocaine is absolutely ridiculous".
Lancaster, entered not-guilty pleas to two counts of unarmed robbery as a habitual criminal arising from a robbery at Bay State Savings Bank at 123 Auburn St.
The Question: Are pediatricians doing a good job of screening kids for habitual snoring?
There are also a habitual aspect and two kinds of progressive aspect: durative progressive and focalized progressive, which can in turn combine with other aspectual oppositions.
Petitions have been filed in the capital's courts by habitual litigants on topics that attract media attention
Focus: Statutory Interpretation Armed Habitual Criminal Spencer Riley was acquitted of first-degree murder by an Illinois jury, but he later was convicted at a bench trial of being an armed habitual criminal.
ISLAMABAD -- Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar on Wednesday banned entry of habitual petitioner Shahid Orakzai in the Supreme Court premises.