mode of behavior

See: conduct
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He did not know that his mode of behavior in relation to Kitty had a definite character, that it is courting young girls with no intention of marriage, and that such courting is one of the evil actions common among brilliant young men such as he was.
Glegg, indeed checked her rather sharply for thinking it would be necessary to tell her elder sister what was the right mode of behavior in family matters.
TPN's Modal Dialogue(TM) ensures success in dynamic retail, first by identifying a target's retail mode of behavior and then by creating content in sync with those modes.
The Apple Watch may be seen as a further refinement of this vision of a subtler mode of behavior modification.
The envisioned mode of behavior is fashioned after conservative values that stem mainly from religion.
In building future awareness, organizations should not treat the word future as a noun -- a place or a thing --but rather as a verb, a mode of behavior.
The definition of social proof is the influence that occurs when people are determining an appropriate mode of behavior or seeking to possess more knowledge about a situation.
Taken together these astronomical findings are suggestive of a non-relativistic, non-interacting, particle whose coherent mode of behavior is a characteristic of classical light.
A child who is coerced into a predefined mode of behavior does not get a chance to fortify his or her ethical castle, which then may crumble on them in later life when confronted with a situation where they have to make a choice between good and evil.
This paper introduces the concept Societal Cultural Competence (SCC) from the perspective that cultural competence is experienced or displayed on a day-to-day basis when people from different ethnic/racial backgrounds as well as cultural groups freely exercise a workable mode of behavior when cross cultural situations occur during social interaction.
5) The Kibbutz Resocialization Program is based on the assumption that for offenders to change their delinquent cognitions, identity and mode of behavior, they must be both physically removed from their former criminogenic environment and be exposed to a prosocial system of values and behaviors.
Blanchard highlights Commynes's place within a network of diplomatic and financial interests, demonstrating his skill as an actor particularly adept at a mode of behavior at once mercantile and political.