This is also true when Matt's Command talents manifest themselves in pushiness
or in domineering behavior.
My critics would say I'm harsh, I'm too pushy--maybe that some of that New York pushiness
that everyone always talks about is in evidence too much of the time.
Is it fair to call her enthusiasm pushiness
for wanting Pip be the best she can?
One doesn't go to his pictures for crankiness or pushiness
What it is is recalcitrance and immaturity and pushiness
on the part of university management as opposed to specific economic issues," he said.
can secure an element s place in subsequent generations, but it can also mess up the gene in which it lands.
She cited Masaoka's humility and the ability to lead through "a quiet kind of wisdom," rather than a pushiness
Brahms even got annoyed with Rott's pushiness
(and possibly with some of the symphony's content that mimicked his own work), and the result was that Rott became depressed, delusional, hostile, and dangerous.
In keeping with his notorious lack of pushiness
, he never -- outside the confines of the acoustic club scene -- made the limelight with a project that would most likely stand up well even at the international level of progressive music and is a very isolated phenomenon in the Czech context
Closeness in conversations in Latin Americans may be interpreted by Americans as pushiness
, while Latin Americans may see large distances between individuals as being cold or aloof (for detailed discussion, see Mestre, 2000, Elksnin & Elksnin, 2000).
Even children of the East European Jews appeared to illustrate racial traits of pushiness
, selfishness, and disdain for the rights of others.
He said his former client was a "monster of selfishness" who developed "a pattern of constant thanklessness, pushiness