Such things are not predicated of a person in virtue of his disposition, but in virtue of his inborn capacity or incapacity to do something with ease or to avoid defeat of any kind.
For the same disposition of bodily elements, which in the former instance was momentarily present in the case of an access of shame, might be a result of a man's natural temperament, so as to produce the corresponding colouring also as a natural characteristic.
Gentlemen, the dispositions for tomorrow- or rather for today, for it is past midnight- cannot now be altered," said he.
The dispositions for the next battle are planned by him alone.
Net additions excluding market factors and dispositions
are expected to be 605 million BOE, approximately 70 percent of which are from Lower 48 unconventional assets and 15 percent from assets in the Asia Pacific and Middle East segment.
Mark Johnston (1992: 234), George Molnar (1999: 3), and David Lewis (1997: 148) say no, claiming that all dispositions
The findings of the study comprised that majority of prospective teachers had moderate magnitude of dispositions
of instructional planning and strategies.
Assignments on leadership, inquiry, and dispositions
allowed students to grapple with and apply these important concepts to practical situations.
An area of the new regulations that, operationally, remains largely unchanged from prior law is that regarding dispositions
, with the exception of the new partial asset disposition
This recognition of the importance of the real teacher, that who we are-our values, our beliefs, our personalities-matters a great deal in the classroom, much more than any technique, motivates the current focus on dispositions
in teacher education.
Results suggested participants Iiked focusing on personal dispositions
and were able to identify areas of personal growth related to these characteristics.
Teaching as a Moral Practice: Defining, Developing, and Assessing Professional Dispositions
in Teacher Education Peter C.