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aspects

noun attributes, character, characteristics, color, difference, features, individual qualities, nature, parts, peculiarities, properties, qualities, traits, unique qualities
See also: character, color, complexion
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And allowing that, many, many years ago, in his early and reckless youth, he had committed some one wrong act,--or that, even now, the inevitable force of circumstances should occasionally make him do one questionable deed among a thousand praiseworthy, or, at least, blameless ones,--would you characterize the Judge by that one necessary deed, and that half-forgotten act, and let it overshadow the fair aspect of a lifetime?
said the Judge, with well-grounded confidence in the benignity of his aspect.
It was a man in an old-fashioned dress of black serge and having the aspect of a steward or principal domestic in the household of a nobleman or great English landholder.
Next came a portly gentleman, wearing a coat of shaggy cloth, lined with silken velvet; he had sense, shrewdness, and humor in his face, and a folio volume under his arm; but his aspect was that of a man vexed and tormented beyond all patience, and harassed almost to death.
We did this by asking experts to view videotaped teaching interactions and list the "best" and "worst" aspects of each individual's teaching.
Sequencing of instructional tasks is perhaps one of the most important aspects influencing the success of an instructional paradigm.
Many aspects of both appropriate and inappropriate teaching can be observed via an appropriate observation method.
The distinction between the two is particularly important in aspects whose assigned relative importance does not indicate the most preferred level.
The first step involves locating the career-related aspects that are most important to the client.
The second step in the preparation substage complements the first step and involves ranking the selected aspects by importance.
As we have noted, the criminal and civil aspects of a tax fraud investigation are inextricably intertwined.
While the Service's general policy may be not to proceed with the civil aspects, that policy must be implemented in each case.