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BEHAVEBehavioral Education for Human, Animal, Vegetation, and Ecosystem Management (Utah State University)
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'Whither away, Hans?' 'To Gretel, mother.' 'Behave well, Hans.' 'Oh, I'll behave well.
When you behave well, she can only rejoice with trembling; she has no security, no confidence in your judgment or principles; but is continually dreading the close of such short-lived felicity; when you behave ill, her causes of terror and misery are more than any one can tell but herself.
"Well, I shall see how they behave to me this evening; we shall meet them at the rooms."
"I wish, Cassy," said Legree, "you'd behave yourself decently."
He could scarcely read, wrote even his name with difficulty, and he had a violent temper which sometimes made him behave like a crazy man--tore him all to pieces and actually made him ill.
When the air hostess Ms Ashima tried to advise him to behave properly with the passenger (me) but to my surprise he behaved rudely with her," the 22-year-old added.
Each participant performed a series of online tasks that assessed their ability to behave randomly.
good, the "if they as then that's thing as want behave "It's important to be well behaved in shops so we can always think to behave anyway," said Codie Kemp, a pupil at the Westbury Street school.
Behind you!...Better behave yourself on that long car journey.
Age, breed, past experiences, lifestyle, diet, health and sex all play a role in how your dog behaves. You have to explore them all if you want to modify your pet's behaviour.
Some of us may like to have an example of how one can behave in a manner that spoils his image/career.
I almost pity the pint-sized pugilistic Speaker John Bercow as he seeks to get the 'Honorable' Members to behave like grown-ups.