habit

The general growth pattern of a plant. A plant's habit may be described as creeping, trees, shrubs, vines, etc.
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Habit

Refers to the costume worn by the rider or driver, which has been standardized by custom according to the time of the day and the type of horse.
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Habit

The shape or form of a plant, growing vertical, laterally, or rounded. It is important to know the habit of a plant so one can expect certain growth patterns.
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habit

[Noun] Something you do often. It can also be something you keep doing and find difficult to stop.
Example: I have a smoking habit of 20 fags a day.
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Habit

A fixed or constant practise established by frequent repetition; an acquired mode of behaviour that has become nearly or completely involuntary.
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habit

[n] - an established custom 2. [n] - a distinctive attire (as the costume of a religious order) 3. [n] - a pattern of behavior acquired through frequent repetition 4. [v] - put a habit on
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Habit

Refers to the appearance of single crystals or crystalline aggregates that do not show perfect crystal shapes. There are different types of habit coming under the headings of prismatic, Acicular, Bladed, Botryoidal, Dendritic, Fibrous, Mammilated, Massive, Radiating, Reniform and Tabular.
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HABIT

Health Behavior Information Transfer
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Habit

Hab'it (hăb'ĭt) noun [ Middle English habit , abit , F. habit from Latin habitus state, appearance, dress, from habere to have, be in a condition; probably akin to English have. See Have , and confer Able , Binnacle , De
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Habit

Hab'it (hăb'ĭt) transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Habited ; present participle & verbal noun Habiting .] [ Middle English habiten to dwell, French habiter , from Latin habitare to have frequen
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habit

<botany> The growth form of a plant, comprising its size, shape, texture and orientation. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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habit

wont noun an established custom; `it was their habit to dine at 7 every evening`
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habit

noun a distinctive attire (as the costume of a religious order)
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habit

verb put a habit on
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habit

noun a pattern of behavior acquired through frequent repetition; `she had a habit twirling the ends of her hair`; `long use had hardened him to it`
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habit

(hab´it) an action that has become automatic or characteristic by repetition. predisposition; bodily temperament.
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Habit

• (n.) To inhabit. • (n.) To dress; to clothe; to array. • (n.) To accustom; to habituate. [Obs.] Chapman. • (n.) The usual condition or state of a person or thing, either natural or acquired, regarded as something had, possessed, and firmly retained; as, a religious habit; his habit is morose; elms have a spreading habit; esp.,
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habit

(from the article `Rosales`) ...forms are found in the Rosales, including small to large trees, shrubs, stout woody vines, succulents, and annual and perennial herbs. Only the ... The order Sapindales is overwhelmingly composed of woody plants, mostly trees, large shrubs, or woody climbers. The latter are particularly common in ... [...
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habit

(from the article `Roman Catholicism`) Roman Catholicism for centuries has fostered a distinct clerical identity, symbolized by clerical garb, which sets priests as a class apart from lay ... ...of the community; and religious dress embraces not only what is worn by a prayer leader but also what is worn by his congregation outside as we...
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habit

in psychology, any regularly repeated behaviour that requires little or no thought and is learned rather than innate. A habit—which can be part of ... [1 related articles]
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habit

Type: Term Pronunciation: hab′it Definitions: 1. An act, behavioral response, practice, or custom established in one's repertoire by frequent repetition of the same activity. 2. A basic variable in the study of conditioning and learning used to designate a new response learned either by association or by being followed by a reward or reinforc
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Habit

[album] Habit (also known as 3rd Album) is the third and last studio album by Korean pop singer, U;Nee. It was released on January 26, 2007, on Synnara Music, five days after her death. ==Overview== In late 2006, Korean media reported that U;Nee was hard at work on a brand new album, showing a snippet of the song 솔로판타지 (Sorrow Fan
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Habit

Habit is slang for an addiction.
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Habit

Habit is slang for an addiction.
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Habit

[1997 film] Habit is a 1997 vampire horror film starring Larry Fessenden, who also wrote and directed the film. It received rave reviews at the Chicago and Los Angeles International Film Festivals. It is a remake of Fessenden`s 1985 film of the same title. ==Plot== Sam is a self-destructive, vaguely artistic New York bohemian who has recent
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