Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Icin' also included different ways of freezing the body parts while carrying oneself around the floor.
Dash vault: A jump is performed over an object feet first while the hands are then placed down to carry oneself over.
The professional people she met in college and now Mr. Allen had different ways of thinking about spending and saving money and carrying oneself.
Bearing pertains broadly to the capacity to carry oneself in a specific way; endurance specifies a continuing capacity to face the pain; suffering suggests resignation.
I know women in their 70s and several in their 80s who could give lessons in how to dress and how to carry oneself with a sense not only of spirit and grace, but of beauty.
But a man's height is not remarked when he is in the saddle, and for the rest one had but to sit forward on the horse and round one's back and carry oneself like a sack of flour.
It is one thing to shrink from the weight of responsibility and care, and it is quite another thing to carry oneself with grace and genuine humility toward those who are called to share that weight with us.
The Center for Anti-Violence Education, a self-defense school for women and children in Park Slope, Brooklyn, teaches not only the physical means of warding off an attack, but also what it calls empowerment - how to be alert to danger, how to carry oneself on the street and how to scream effectively.
The only thing to which one can hold oneself is something one has experienced or perceived.
• Holding oneself, employees, and the organization accountable for actions.
It takes an arcane knowledge that one holds oneself.
However; one must be certified to hold oneself out as certified in that trade.
A person can hold oneself or another person or group accountable.
So the idea is to hold oneself at the meeting point of conscious and unconscious, trusting feeling yet integrating it with thought also.
"And it is good to hold oneself accountable but not good to rein yourself in because you can't predict what people will pick up.
The second recurrent theme is self-control, in general holding oneself inward when it comes to speaking, eating and bodily emissions.
I wouldn't count Kirk as a standard to hold oneself against in the Kobayashi Maru.
Please be advised that it is an offence in New Zealand to hold oneself out to be a chiropractor without being registered.
To reinvent oneself, as Madonna is forever said to be doing, is to hold oneself simultaneously dear and cheap.
And to hold oneself apart, questioning, critical, Pinch-style--abnormal?
It was difficult, even though she had been told all the problems of Gesner, to continue to hold oneself together in the face of such blatant hatred.
Some states provide criminal penalties for falsely holding oneself out to the public as an attorney at law and the unauthorized practice of law by a non-attorney.
Critics said that one should not hold oneself "indifferent," as the Exercises indicated, for that denied that poverty, chastity, and obedience were spiritually better choices.
Last year, in a television ad for Putin's third Presidential campaign, he said, 'One needs to be able to hold oneself presidentially, so that people reckon with the country.
One feat Mr. Bufalino has mastered that he didn't think possible is the crow pose: resting the knees against the elbows and holding oneself up on the hands.
The practice of public accounting under state law often includes the signing of audit reports and the performance of other services, such as tax or management consulting, while holding oneself out as a CPA.
With the creation of a College, IPIC also proposes to include an amendment to legislation making it an indictable offence to falsely hold oneself out as a member of the College.
Etiquette is an art--the art of doing and saying the correct thing at the correct time--the art of being able to hold oneself always in hand, no matter how exacting the circumstance.
In that State the effectiveness of the new Act to protect the public and animals from false veterinarians will depend on testing the meaning of `holding oneself out to be a veterinary surgeon' in the courts.
C011 Contravention A person transacted or attempted to transact business as a customs broker, or held oneself out as a customs broker and did not hold a licence issued under the Regulations.
(On my blog, you can see a campaign video that Gergiev made for Putin last year: "One needs to be able to hold oneself ... Presidentially ... so that people reckon with the country.
What concerns Mr. Phillips is something he calls the "defense of vigilant self-holding" - the delusion of complete self-sufficiency and the related illusion that in order to stay afloat, both literally and metaphorically, one must hold oneself up.
Vertical Agitation involves focusing on one part of a problem at a time, while holding oneself accountable for solving the problem - all the way to the highest level of government, business and society (such as advocating strongly for something: eco-friendly lightbulbs).