demeanor


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demeanor

behavior towards others; body language.
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Leila de Lima's drug cases and actions that counter the demeanor of a public official, Malacanang said on Thursday.
Speaking to the Thoroughbred Daily News, he said: "Frankel sort of changed my approach and my overall demeanor toward riding.
The IGP stressed the Tarffic Wardens to improve their public dealing and demeanor.
Emergency);- Order Demeanor (stewards)- Order Demeanor (stewards) during major events, etc.
Demeanor refers to the teacher's classroom disposition and orientation to teaching, such as the positive traits of being motivating, supportive, caring, and having high expectations; and the negative traits of being harsh, negligent, inflexible, and having low expectations.
So how has the award changed her demeanor when she works on pre-Oscar roles like Hunger Games?
It's recognized that an agent's demeanor can directly impact the bottom line of the business.
Those of us who focus on child maltreatment will be concerned with increasing negative demeanor and the use of corporal punishment.
This earnest newcomer has little political experience, but his straightforward demeanor shows he's there not for the perks but to make his community a better place.
The contrast between her modern demeanor and speech and the more archaic ones of Faerie is amusing and not overdone; the reader gets the impression that she will never quite get the knack of being a Faerie Princess.
Last, but far from least, is Montgomery's husband Howard Mansfield, also an author, who seems to meet each minor emergency and major crisis with the same calm demeanor, without seeming any less kind and caring for his competence.
Introducing readers to an easy-to-follow practical guide for courtroom demeanor, platform skills, jury selection, exhibits, language, trial strategy, and witnesses, One-Hundred-And-One Quick Courtroom Tips For Busy Lawyers walks the reader through an intelligent and easy-to-follow understanding of the courtroom proceedings with a format perfect for the novice lawyer who would need it the most.