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This Captain Raleigh," says Fuller, "coming out of Ireland to the English Court in good habit (his clothes being then a considerable part of his estate), found the Queen walking, till, meeting with a splashy place, she seemed to scruple going thereon.
he exclaimed, teasing them; "so you are going to show the moon-dogs the good habits of the dogs of the earth
These women are taught good habits, books are put where they can get them, sensible amusements are planned for them sometimes, and they soon feel that they are not considered mere scrubs, to do as much work as possible, for as little money as possible, but helpers in the family, who are loved and respected in proportion to their faithfulness.
Nowadays Indonesian women are driven to have a good habit in caring for healthy skin and transfer the habit to the nearest environment.
In sections on defining virtue, causal effects, and the causal analysis of virtue, he covers defining temperance causally, virtue as a habit, virtue as a good habit, virtue's definition, exemplar and object, end and agent, rational virtue, passionate virtue, telic virtue, graced virtue, and rethinking infusion.
One good habit we can all start cultivating is to be mindful of our surroundings, especially when it comes to farm safety.
so you can develop streaks that make it much more likely you'll maintain the good habit.
It's just winning - or not losing - is a good habit," former Blades boss Clough (above) said.
Scientists agree that an average person needs at least three weeks to form a good habit.
It is annoying and it's not a good habit to do in common places.
Once you acquire a good habit and you repeat it, it becomes the driving force of your life to an extent that you reach a stage on the verge of self-realisation.