sociability


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I scarcely knew what to think of all this--of Miss Tita's sudden conversion to sociability and of the strange circumstance that the more the old lady appeared to decline toward her end the less she should desire to be looked after.
For an instant Miss Tita hesitated; then her sociability was too much for her.
He made no offer of molestation or sociability, but kept aloof on one side of the road, jogging along on the blind side of old Gunpowder, who had now got over his fright and waywardness.
People said he was sociable, but this was as much a matter of course as for a dipped sponge to expand; and it was not a high order of sociability.
Harold March and the few who cultivated the friendship of Horne Fisher, especially if they saw something of him in his own social setting, were conscious of a certain solitude in his very sociability.
The first hypothesis (H1) stated that sociability would be positively and significantly correlated with the innovative behaviour of employees.
Crowshoe, whose Blackfoot name is "Longtime Otter Woman," was chosen for her horsemanship, her public speaking skills, her sociability, and her talent as a jingle dress dancer, said Anne Garnett of the selection committee.
THE ESSAYS IN THIS VOLUME apply to Ireland's eighteenth century the interrelated and overlapping concepts of "structured sociability," "associational culture," "the public sphere" and "civil society"; concepts nowhere to be found in A New History of Ireland, iv (1986), which summarized the scholarship of an earlier generation of eighteenth-century historians.
Finally, based on some research that links temperament with personality, the Emotionality Activity and Sociability Temperament Survey (EAS) was administered to the children to measure temperament.
Their topics include why behavioral mechanisms matter, habitat selection for conservation and management, forage behavior, antipredator behavior, acoustic communication, demographic consequences of sociability, and using behavior to set aside areas for wildlife protection.
This special section on comedy, we hope, will cement that spirit of sociability by spotlighting some of the strongest comic voices in our community.
Above and beyond the sophisticated discussion of the theoretical foundations of the concept provided in the introductory chapter, the study of sociability in this volume is concentrated on well-defined and closely circumscribed groups or activities in major African cities.
And yet, as social anthropologist Kate Fox found, drinking places in every culture have commonalities, acting as liminal zones where sociability relaxes the observance of status distinctions.
and Nicholas Terpstra, eds, Sociability and its Discontents: Civil Society, Social Capital, and their Alternatives in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe (Early European Research, 1) Turnhout, Brepols, 2009; hardback; pp.
They associated both types of drinking with different beverage types, consumption patterns, drinking settings, sociability, and levels of maturity.