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But researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology of Yeshiva University have found that personality traits like being outgoing, optimistic, easygoing, and enjoying laughter as well as staying engaged in activities may also be part of the longevity genes mix.
EASYGOING ENERGY: Headliner Zoe Lyons delivered a confident set
The easygoing, free-verse style treats serious topics with Everyman-style candor.
Observing his prepossessing air and easygoing manner, not many would necessarily peg Polevoy for one of the most talented, prominent and prolific real estate attorneys in the city.
They discuss the various characters and answer frequently asked questions about the series, including the "which order do I read them in" question, and they also explore the Christian/religious elements in an easygoing and non-proselytizing manner.
This book isn't as easygoing a read as some recent popular works on language, such as Eats, Shoots & Leaves, (2004, Lynne Truss, Gotham) have been.
An easygoing guy with hard-driving technique, Jeremy Cox earned medals for his artful congeniality.
Gordon's style is familiar and easygoing, and he addresses points that may be a concern for piano teachers and students who aren't able to verbalize their concerns.
Mostly easygoing, but when you're irritated people run for cover
Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim country, has long been the home of an easygoing form of Islam.
STARFISH (on back, arras above the head): usually good listeners, easygoing, and make friends easily.
By coincidence, her big welcoming gesture of "friendly fife" happened to be accompanied by round-the-clock media coverage of the US war in Iraq, including plenty of pictures of similar-looking missiles: the Scud, the Tomahawk, the Patriot--though, to be sure, none with a laid-back, easygoing name like Riley.