personal manner


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Noun1.personal manner - a way of acting or behaving
demeanor, demeanour, deportment, behaviour, conduct, behavior - (behavioral attributes) the way a person behaves toward other people
comportment, mien, bearing, presence - dignified manner or conduct
bedside manner - manner or conduct of a physician in the presence of a patient
dandyism, foppishness - the manner and dress of a fop or dandy
gentleness, mildness, softness - acting in a manner that is gentle and mild and even-tempered; "his fingers have learned gentleness"; "suddenly her gigantic power melted into softness for the baby"; "even in the pulpit there are moments when mildness of manner is not enough"
formalness, formality - a manner that strictly observes all forms and ceremonies; "the formality of his voice made the others pay him close attention"
informality - a manner that does not take forms and ceremonies seriously
good manners, courtesy - a courteous manner
rudeness, discourtesy - a manner that is rude and insulting
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and looked at me in a particularly unpleasant and personal manner.
The sixteen stories in the book are written in an engaging, personal manner with meticulous research that has been endorsed by WWF-Pakistan.
A stationary TV is located in Senior Stars memory care community to assist in activities that will engage each resident in a personal manner adapted to their interest and ability.
It is a tested way to invite the leaders of all parliamentary parties in the Jean Monnet House near Paris and, through an open and constructive conversation, without the presence of media and cameras, in a direct and personal manner, to try and find common ground, not a solution--because that's the Parliament's job--but common ground on earlier defined issues," Vajgl told Alsat M.
The Contractor provides the service in a highly personal manner.
For many years since it became obligatory for me to take part in the daily fast, I have tried to live that spirit of Ramadan in a personal manner.
The first room presented work mining classical art-historical tropes, from still life to landscape, often developed in an idiosyncratic personal manner and employing various languages, techniques, and materials.
The better we understand their expectations, know their challenges and are aware of the specific pain points in their lives, the better equipped we are to communicate in a personal manner that connects with them and provides that satisfying experience they are hoping for--the experience that will keep them coming back.
By deliberately presenting his own childhood experience of material deprivation on a Barbadian plantation in an intensely personal manner, Beckles bridges the gap between past and present through the impoverished lives of living individuals, whose comparatively reduced circumstances stand as living testimony to the enduring legacy of abolished slavery.
Humpleby subsequently admitted to being left "a bit black and blue" by the criticism but he received total support from Varian, who praised Humpleby and rebuked his training colleague, saying of Berry: "He could have defended the town as mayor and explained all the good work going on behind the scenes without attacking Chris in such a direct and personal manner.
Some supporters of Scottish independence and of the SNP took to campaigning in an aggressive and very personal manner, targeting people they disagreed with.
Having said that, of course, the main reason is that it impacts on people's lives in a deeply personal manner.

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