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  • And African couscous called attiéké that is made with manioc from Ivory Coast.

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  • Each year of the contextual model of motivation, cognitions such as atti - study, during a physical education class, participants com - tudes, subjective norms, and perceived control bridged the pleted a questionnaire containing demographic questions relationship between self-determined motivation in physical and all study measures.

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  • New data from the World Values Survey, for example, has found a strong correlation between economic growth and more tolerant atti-tudes to homosexuality.

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  • Rue Meridian, with her striking looks and flaming hair, her confident, no-nonsense atti - tude, and her smiling eyes and ready laugh, made Bek feel shy and awkward.

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  • Will Dearborn had been responsible for all too much upset in her life these last three weeks; Will Dearborn with his unsettling blue eyes, his dark tumble of hair, and his stiff - necked. judgmental atti-tude.

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  • "If you had half a soul, you would have a different atti-attitude."

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  • Useful as Naitachal found the Paladin's atti - tude, he sometimes wanted to strangle the man out of sheer frustration at his timorousness.

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  • The results were reflected in Grelgen's changing atti - tude.

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  • "That's not a bad approximation of the relevant atti - tude."

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  • The traditional Roman atti - tudes of officium and virtus found further justification in Stoic ethics, which thus claimed the allegiance of many Roman statesmen.

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