- n. Plural form of characteristic.
“One of the six main characteristics is “investigative,” for people with strong curiosity or analytical skills.”
“The petrochemical industry begun when they found out that they could synthesize any material that meet certain characteristics from the molecular breakdown of oil”
“Yesterday we noted that Slate's Timothy Noah believes it is racist to call Barack Obama "skinny," because any reference to a black man's physical characteristics is code for calling him black.”
“As they are inculcable, so they are eradicable; and it is only by a loose terminology that we apply the term characteristics to them without distinction between them and the inherent traits.”
“Another of their characteristics is their belief that ALL things Republican are evil, and ALL things Democrat are Right, based on Truth and Virtue.”
“Stereotyping is when you make an irrational judgement by taking certain characteristics of a person/thing and assuming other characteristics are also present.”
“In my video work, for example, one of the characteristics is the manipulation of time and the control of the image, and the use of of post-production.”
“And the third and perhaps the most fundamental of all her characteristics is her unswerving devotion to the institutions that form the basis of our social and political order.”
“Aging deer, on the hoof, by their body characteristics is a much more reliable way.”
“The one application which makes maximum use of the devices characteristics is in astronomy.”
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