- n. Plural form of behavior.
“I prefer the term behaviors to habits because it strongly implies that they are voluntary.”
“The big takeaway: most young adults say they worry about privacy and security, yet many persist in behaviors that make them easy marks for cybercriminals.”
“More important, I think, is the general point that using the tax code to to encourage or discourage certain behaviors by manipulating tax burdens is a commonplace.”
“Race is a proxy for class (today) because of the choices made by large segments of racial minority groups to engage in behaviors that hurts themselves and perpetuates their poverty.”
“As with any of the laws you listed, the question is whether the benefits of outlawing certain behaviors (if any) outweigh the costs to society and civil rights.”
“Likewise, certain behaviors such as stalking are clearly not to be allowed in public.”
“We should not deny when you see behaviors from a certain group enough we do associate behaviors with that group like teens and driving would be one example.”
“Certain behaviors, and histories should preclude some from pardons.”
“I think it is obvious that any attempt to take guns and ammunition away from responsible citizens is going to unleash a whole bunch of mass objectional behaviors from a great many previously responsible citizens.”
“Certain behaviors are promoted, others suppressed as prices of a given commodity change, but the number of dollars in circulation does not change as a result.”
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