The authors are now using a similar approach to study potential connections between the ability to behave
randomly and such things as cognitive decline and neurodegenerative diseases.
Rather than banning children, perhaps a better solution would be for restaurants to embark on an educational effort to help parents teach their children to behave
properly in a restaurant.
There's only so far you can go if they really kick off, you pull in and say 'until you behave
yourself we won't pull off'.
When I was younger my parents taught me to be seen and not heard, to respect my elders and behave
when out in public .
3 : to act or function in a particular way <We're studying how metals behave
, 30, said: "Basically I taught myself how to do it - it took me three years to perfect the art and I have now been in the business nine years.
These people are so uneducated because the only goats that they have ever met have been poorly trained and were not taught how to behave
Their study provides a glimpse of how the nanotubes might behave
if released into a waterway.
He was directed to a certain location to see if he behaved properly, and he did not behave
as a police officer should.
They are behaving just like the cell phone companies described above, or like the general public wanted Amtrak to behave
Offering poor kids money in order to behave
properly is just a victory for those who misbehave.
Nanotechnology is emerging in a wide variety of applications, yet unfortunately very little is known about the environmental implications of engineered nanomaterials, of possible ways to handle engineered nanomaterials as environmental pollutants, or of how nanomaterials behave
in the environment when used for remediation.