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duh pawrt muhnt

  • n  (behavioral attributes) the way a person behaves toward other people

  • Although China has mostly shed Chairman Mao's class-busting ideology and cities like Shanghai boast skyscrapers and bustling shopping malls, the deportment of some citizens evokes .
  • And they have discovered a powerful incentive for improving digital deportment, informing students that a variety of employers admit they check applicants' Facebook pages for clues .
  • In deportment there has been little change.
News & Articles

  • Compassion In Healthcare: Improving Bedside Manner
    HIPPOCRATIC THOUGHT ON BEDSIDE MANNER: Physicians' manners, dress, bearing, deportment, and conduct were vital and necessary elements of patient care, a tradition that extended from the earliest shamans to the emergence of scientific medicine. The Hippocratic corpus has many references to appropriate conduct and medical etiquette, with several devoted just to physician behavior. The importance ...
    June 10, 2013 - WFTV 9 Orlando
  • Alphamin Intersects Strong Visual Tin Mineralisation at Its Bisie Tin Project, Democratic Republic of the Congo
    Highlights -- 13 holes completed for 1,444m from the resource drilling at Gecomines (40% complete) -- Tin mineralization defined over 350m (visual cassiterite and previous results) -- Strong cassiterite (Tin oxide) mineralisation intersected in veins up to 600mm thick -- Results expected in June 2013 -- Metallurgical samples sent to SGS Laboratories in Johannesburg for deportment study
    June 10, 2013 - Marketwire

  • Les Miles in Monroe News Star
    I think that he has a pretty good deportment mentally where we didn't feel like we had to dress up his confidence any,Miles said with a straight face. "I think he's a pretty confident player. He figures that he's had some success and given...
  • William Trevor in Minneapolis Star Tribune
    It was their stylishness,writes Trevor, "their deportment, the young wife's beauty, her silence ...... that suggested Scott Fitzgerald, a surface held in spite of unhappiness."

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