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habituation

[hə‚bich·ə′wā·shən]
(medicine)
A condition of tolerance to the effects of a drug or a poison, acquired by its continued use; marked by a psychic craving for it when the drug is withdrawn.
Mild drug addiction in which withdrawal symptoms are not severe.
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TABLE 2: SHOWS SOCIAL HABITS, WORK LOAD, EATING HABITS AND PERSONAL HABITS AFFECTING STRESS OF A WORKER
A total of 98% acknowledged the role of personal habits or addiction in prevention of food borne diseases, respondents positive about not to smoke in kitchen area were 98%, not to blow nose in kitchen area 96%, acknowledged not to chew pan/ naswar in kitchen 88%, not to spit in kitchen 90%.
Since numerous PD-risk factors, including positive family history, toxicants exposure, and personal habits, have been identified [5, 6, 9], specific efforts should be made to further define the PD-risk status and, consequently, improve inclusion criteria for neuroprotective treatments.
As we have a new team lineup this year it was mostly adapting to what everyone's personal habits were and getting used to the new positions we were playing.
The following five personal habits will hurt your business:
Worthen herself offers a clue as to what this might look like: "By contrast, Yoder's Anabaptist heritage emphasized the personal habits and local community through which God's word informed everyday life.
Jeffrey Hannan won a scholarship for his essay describing his interest and efforts in ecological conservation involving both long-term projects and personal habits.
Part of that training is to learn good personal habits and self-discipline.
Senate Bill 1000 will only feed the confusion surrounding hundreds of beverages without changing personal habits.
However, when the couple start to squabble over their personal habits, she decides to decamp for a while to Thailand.
We are driven to drink, however moderately, by social customs, personal habits and biology.
According to Wikipedia, “Soft skills” is a sociological term relating to a person's "EQ" (Emotional Intelligence Quotient), the cluster of personality traits, social graces, communication, language, personal habits, friendliness, and optimism that characterize relationships with other people.

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