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Her beginnings were humbleshe grew up poor and scrappy in Brooklyn with a mother and stepfather who were far from encouraging, and knew early on that she wanted to be a star regardless of her unconventional looks and comportment.
I live in an era in which black people still fight for freedom and equity, and in which some still believe perfect comportment will garner the results we want.
Thus, what is constituted here is an "intersubjective habituality" in which a "homeworld" is constituted, which, at bottom as well, has a bodily dimension, which can be seen by the bodily comportment of its members in their everydayness.
We are disappointed by your comportment, your tone, your demeanor today," Judge David Re said.
A genteel, palatable comportment for getting meetings and making money.
Having already played the likes of New York City's Pianos, The Bitter End, the Bowery Electric and now a sold out show at Mercury Lounge, following the release of their debut EP, "The Cabin" (recorded/produced by Reed Black [Karen O, Vampire Weekend, Erin McKeown]), Foxtrax continues to look and move, toward higher ground; constantly exuding a comportment and commitment akin to that of a respected veteran band -which they are hailed as being well on their way to becoming.
We have to change the comportment and habits of people and make sure plastics end up in a recycling process.
Phi Kappa Phi has, for more than 115 years, promoted high standards in scholarship and comportment.
The policing applies the wisdom that when signs of disorder, such as broken windows, proliferate and persist, there is a general diminution of restraint and good comportment.
When we cried foul play recently over a DNA report as to our origins (less Greek and more Persian/Hungarian in our blood than we were prepared to accept) our manner of dress and general comportment was not taken into account.
The art of sukhf is variously understood as "gross language and comportment upsetting to the squeamish," "foolishness, obscene or nonsensical" and an "incessant breaching and violation of boundaries of all sorts.
We do tend to observe proper comportment and behavior," Valte said.