personal characteristic

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But these are not the prominent personal characteristics which distinguish him, to my mind, from all the other men I have ever seen.
For both females and males, similar political background (18) is a personal characteristic that has shown the most consistent low ranking, never rising above a rank of 17.
In addition, the regression equation with all four personal characteristic variables was significant for CC:HiSac for both male and female coaches.
Interestingly, smell beat out overall appearance, which 67% rated as most important, and 66% rated fresh breath as the third most important personal characteristic.
For instance, a person is unable to focus attention on a personal characteristic while driving a nail into wood.
he is gay, which is a personal characteristic which has the effect of his being viewed as less capable or worthy of recognition as a human being and less deserving of respect and consideration on an equal basis with the balance of society.
Or is a personal characteristic such as their "tolerance for ambiguity"--the way people react to uncertain situations--an important factor in lending decisions?
A recent court decision in which a judge sought to read in to the Act this personal characteristic in order to ensure that homosexuals are protected from unjust discrimination is being appealed by the government, and has been bitterly denounced by various politicians in and outside of the Alberta Legislature.
In the past, many individuals with disabilities have been reluctant to identify with, or to behave politically on the basis of, their most prominent personal characteristic because of the attitudinal aversion and the assumptions of physical inferiority associated with disability.
Korn Ferry International's annual survey of directors found the most sought-after personal characteristic of a director from a board chairperson's or chief executive officer's point of view was a supportive personality.
But by spending most of its airtime contrasting the personal characteristics of the candidates, Clinton's campaign ads advocated policy less than any recent Democratic or Republican presidential nominee.
Chapters address career opportunities; assessing personal characteristics, strengths, and interests to find the right career; creating a professional brand, including the use of the internet and social media; professional portfolios; networking and job searching; interviewing; resumes and cover letters; work experiences and internships; ethics; and the transition from student to professional.