personal traits

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The person should be bold, gallant, and handsome with attractive looks besides other personal traits in this regard.
about the predictions that Facebook makes about their personal traits, based on data collected by the platform and its partners.
For translation teachers, these facets give rise to effective teaching in terms of the ability to structure teaching and learning in a more appropriate way, to demonstrate personal traits in encouraging students' independent thinking, and to give constructive feedback so that students learn by reflecting on the feedback.
The app's developer then sold this data to Cambridge Analytica, which used it to help presidential campaigns target voters based on their personal traits, he adds.
The comprehensive link sheds light on the leadership qualities and their personal traits that made the leaders excel in their statesmanship.'
Buyers who want to have such personal traits look for Axe on supermarket shelves.
In fact, the president's offensive personal traits are less important to political freedom than his authoritarian habits.
While those are mostly personal traits, I think the outdoor industry has helped fuel a shift.
Furthermore, she said sometimes it could be about personal traits and she gave an example that one could develop a character she identified as people's pleaser.
Personal traits: these are positive characteristics people possess and make them valuable.
The same personal traits were very visible in his demeanour during his entire tour of Europe.
Chapters provide information on the core traits of their archetype in different times and in various parts of the world, followed by an idea of what both modern and mythological embodiment might look like and what related personal traits women might possess, such as an interest in crafting reflecting the Weaving Mother.

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