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125) But just as Aquinas narrows the range of curiosity in comparison with Augustine, so he expands the meaning of studiousness.
Its possible that studiousness in the upper grades may conflict with boys and girls gender identities in adolescence.
Columbus and Faustus seem natural partners; studiousness is twin-born with curiosity.
Not only would it be cheaper, but it would probably boost studiousness.
Based on the answers given to some questions in the Questionnaire, some characteristics of the subjects and their families are as follows: Considering their general achievements, 3/4 of the students that participated in the application consider themselves studious or very studious, while 1/4 either expressed no opinions about their studiousness or described themselves as less studious.
Arsene Wenger has raised the bar in terms of management and in terms of the studiousness and the science of the game," Mowbray told the Birmingham Mail.
In those days, my dear Max, when I was a chestnut-haired child and my bed was a white, warm, downy nest of snow in which my mother Louise Marie would moisten her lips, my cousin Victoria, who marveled that I could recite the name of every English king from Harold to her uncle William IV, rewarded my studiousness with a dollhouse.
The effect was suggestive of both the courtliness of the hunt and the studiousness of Navarre's scholastic retreat--a sketch of the concentric spheres of the Ptolemaic cosmology appeared in the gallery.
Yet the clear, abiding memory is not of any crowd-hogging celebrity but of a quiet, supportive, rather solitary studiousness.
This would characterize the speaker as an individual who reconciles the influences of two 'male' planets: Mars, signifying youth and virility, and the Sun, signifying maturity and studiousness.
No less a contemporary than the great thinker Roger Bacon stated, "No one really knew the sciences, except the Lord Robert, Bishop of Lincoln, by reason of his length of life and experience, as well as of his studiousness and zeal.
These students were also described as high in general intelligence, sustained attention, will power, persistence, dependability, and studiousness.