proclivity


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a natural inclination

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He had, to be sure, a proclivity for extreme rhetoric, but that rhetoric was rarely, if ever, backed up by action.
They even discovered a shared proclivity for wearing leather garments during sex and employing various devices to heighten stimulation.
"There was a proclivity to treat these findings in an un-evenhanded manner," explains Jay Belsky, a Pennsylvania State University professor and one of the investigators who conducted the study.
But past reports of that connection have relied on gross estimates of solar-radiation exposure, which don't show anything about an individual's sun proclivity. New research by Gwen W.
"Because of the prevalence and proclivity of civilians to lie about anything, Philippine foreign affairs in my watch is the fist in the iron glove of the Armed Forces and relies only on military info and recommendations," Locsin tweeted Wednesday.
currency, as the candidates are likely to be sympathetic to the president's proclivity for looser monetary policy.
Facebook Intellectual Forum at German Camp Junction, Weala, Margibi Countyurges young people across Liberia to refrain from all forms of violence that have the proclivity of devastating their future.
The prime reason is parents' ignorance about the benefits of education and their proclivity towards using their children to earn an income.
"Now it's the question for the government of India, to take a view of what surgical strike has achieved and what more needs to be done in order to effectively curb the proclivity of Pakistan's increasing proclivity to violate ceasefire and attack India with impunity.
There are no religious fundamentalists, whichmay reflect a proclivity on Blumenthal's part.
'History will also tell us that the communist movement is not to be trusted as they have consistently shown us their deep-seated proclivity to sow hate, violence and extremism, destruction and senseless killings,' Carpio said.
It should be reiterated that we are all disordered because, owing to Original Sin, we all come into the world with a proclivity to sin.
The Phi-Nurians resemble large cockroaches with no ability to control excretion, and a proclivity for mindless aggression when confronted.
Despite a proclivity to abstraction, ambient music has the potential to encompass unruly realities, and Ultra-red are committed to exploring that potential in a way distinct from most other sound artists and purveyors of electronica.
Incorrect understanding of elementary actualities has become something of a malodorous proclivity with this dissembling pretender who entwines factuality by incurvating colloquy beyond any deducible signification.