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BEHAVEBehavioral Education for Human, Animal, Vegetation, and Ecosystem Management (Utah State University)
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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.
Yes, child, nobody could behave better," said Silas, emphatically.
How could a man lecture if his diagrams were going to behave like that
Now this business of giving life to animals, making them talk and behave like human beings, is an extremely difficult one.
It may be fun to you," said Miss Lindsay sharply; "but it is not very creditable to me, as Miss Wilson said just now, to take a prize in moral science and then have to write down that I don't know how to behave myself.
So say I too," said the curate, "and by my faith to-morrow shall not pass without public judgment upon them, and may they be condemned to the flames lest they lead those that read to behave as my good friend seems to have behaved.
But as for General Tilney, I assure you it would be impossible for anybody to behave to me with greater civility and attention; it seemed to be his only care to entertain and make me happy.
It seemed hardly worth while to read a long volume in order to learn that you ought to behave exactly like everybody else.
He merely seemed to realize, rather languidly, that Cyril had behaved in a way which was foolish, because other people did not behave in that way.
Flies like to be treated politely as well as other creatures, and here in Oz they understand what we say to them, and behave very nicely.
But the question is not if we will behave, but if you will behave?
To have you behave as you are doing, and want to behave differently," she cried.