habitual practice

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It is astonishing how much the Art -- or I may almost call it instinct -- of Sight Recognition is developed by the habitual practice of it and by the avoidance of the custom of "Feeling".
Lecount's habitual practice to decide everything for her master in the first instance, and then to persuade him that he was not acting under his housekeeper's resolution but under his own, she would have seen it now.
Indeed, a personal road map with a personal scorecard is essential; but rather than as a tool for "show and tell" or for mere compliance, it should become an active and increasingly effective tool for continuing improvement in the observance and habitual practice of all the governance values on the part of each individual.
In the era of more modern times, our efforts to lose weight have turned toward purposely becoming afflicted with intestinal worms, the use of cathartics, and the habitual practice of bulimia.
Within this scenario, research on PC constitutes an essential tool as sustenance of the different actions in this level of care, aimed at increasing the efficacy, effectiveness, and efficiency of programs, actions, and interventions; in addition to promoting the permanent search and innovation of the habitual practice.
Farmers' group Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas (KMP) said Aquino's silence on the violent dispersal of the farmers was reflective of his habitual practice as a landlord president of dismissing farmers' demands.
But Bentham was onto something: The most reliable gauge of any moral principle or habitual practice has, by and large, to be its concrete results--although evaluating those results will always be complicated and controversial,
Williams, who became master of Magdalen College in Oxford after retiring as the Church of England's chief clergyman in 2012, told the Telegraph that the country's "cultural memory" is still Christian, then added, "But [Britain is] post-Christian in the sense that habitual practice for most of the population is not taken for granted.
Lord Williams, who is now Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge, said that while Britain's "cultural memory is still quite strongly Christian", it is "post-Christian" in that habitual practice across most of the population is not taken for granted.
Every shooter is a range safety officer, and for most of us, the habitual practice of safe shooting is as much a part of us as table manners or driving a car.
Instead of something that occurs once a generation, when the political stars are aligned and the complexities of the tax code have become overwhelming, tax reform would be a continual process, a healthy, habitual practice, like washing the dishes before they pile up in the sink.
All that is required for us to be transformed is habitual practice.