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given to changeable emotional states, especially of anger or gloom

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subject to sharply varying moods

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likely to perform unpredictably

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But the narrative takes off once we are privy to the scenes of Indian daily life in the home of the brothers, Subhash and Udayan, who are as close as twins yet vastly different temperamentally.
Enhancing student-teacher relationship quality among children with high maintenance temperaments may a critical conduit for the effects of social-emotional learning (SEL) interventions for temperamentally difficult students.
The Gordon gang became an unstoppable force as his stormtroopers steamrollered him into Downing Street - and we ended up with arguably the most temperamentally unsuited PM ever in No10.
Think very carefully about the type of organisation you will be joining and whether you are temperamentally suited to it.
Working for people who helped me take my game to the next level or become a better leader intellectually or temperamentally was important.
Technically sound, temperamentally unflappable, quick to adapt to different conditions and a shrewd judge of line and length, Tendulkar came very close to batting perfection.
Asked if some of the shooters had been found temperamentally lacking, Thomas defended his wards.
Temperamentally, Poincare is principled and by the book.
That might not make coalition partners such as Mamata Banerjee temperamentally amenable.
The points of comparison that had likely been taken into account when the show was being planned--a shared interest in artificially generated surfaces and a distinctively chilly hermeticism--only served to emphasize that the two artists are so very different temperamentally that their work never actually connected here.
The aria from Bizet's Carmen, while well sung, strikes me as a less-perfect fit temperamentally, as Lemieux's gypsy is more fun-loving flirt than dangerous femme fatale.
Peter's stern Calvinism and Fanny's anxious timidity suggest that they were temperamentally ill-suited to the work, and they were bounced from one station to another by the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.
These two teams are recognized as being the pick of the bunch technically, tactically and temperamentally.
And the soloist showed that he was technically and temperamentally able to respond to the demands being made.