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HABIT. A disposition or condition of the body or mind acquired by custom or a frequent repetition of the same act. See 2 Mart. Lo. Rep. N. S. 622.
     2. The habit of dealing has always an important bearing upon the construction of commercial contracts. A ratification will be inferred from the mere habit of dealing between the parties; as, if a broker has been accustomed to settle losses on policies in a particular manner, without any objection being made, or with the silent approbation of his principal, and he should afterward settle other policies in the same manner, to which no objection should be made within a reasonable time, a just presumption would arise of an implied ratification; for if the principal did not agree to such settlement he should have declared his dissent. 2 Bouv. Inst. 1313-14.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Gender, body mass index (BMI), family tendency, sitting habbits, depth of natal cleft, body hair density, type of hair, poor personal hygiene and excessive sweating are the most common risk factors for PD (5,6).
God of War, Fifa 18 and Fortnite are his current habbits.
This does not mean only circulation of persons, but also ideeas, culture, traditions, know-how, enterprise models or habbits, thus leading to the globalization of the societies they originated from.
The DC called for launching awareness raising campaign to promote cleaner habbits,plant more trees and avoiding garbage dumping at unauthorised places.
However, the statistical significance of this difference, the influence of race, type of lifestyle, factors like smoking, drinking and food habbits, socio.
Results: There were no statistical difference between the two groups in terms of preoperative gender, hypertension, diabetes mellitus, chronical renal failure and smoking habbits (Pgreater than 0.05).
The North East retail expert said the growing trend for city centre convenience stores was due to changing shopping habbits where people 'top up' during the week rather than carry out [pounds sterling]100 shops at the weekend.
Correlation of clinical pattern of oral squamous cell carcinoma with age, sex, site and habbits. JIAOMR.