Definitions for "Personality"
That which constitutes distinction of person; the externally evident aspects of the character or behavior of a person; individuality.
Characteristics, emotional responses, thoughts, and behaviors that are relatively stable over time and across circumstances. go to glossary index
The organisation of behaviour of the individual by conscious, subconscious, and unconscious mental processes. A social person is defined by reference to how individuals interact with one another as independent elements in a social network.
Person's unique and relatively consistent way of feeling, reacting, and behaving. (6)
Enduring patterns of perceiving, relating to, and thinking about the environment and oneself. Personality traits are prominent aspects of personality that are exhibited in a wide range of important social and personal contexts. Only when personality traits are inflexible and maladaptive and cause either significant functional impairment or subjective distress do they constitute a Personality Disorder.
our unique qualities as a person, our character and temperament.
a random occurrence, built by Time and Ego on the basis of genetic inheritance and the environment
In the past, it was thought that there was a typical "migraine personality". Now, this is no longer felt to be the case, as the primary factor determining whether or not a person will have migraine or not is heredity, not personality. Nevertheless, hurrying, worrying, and stress can all aggravate migraine.
The shell and related phenomenon at and past the skin boundary. Causes actions in oneself, and can be felt via chords by other people.
Same as movable estate
Property which is movable. All property is either personality, realty or mixed.
Personal property; chattel. Contrast with Realty.
Keywords:  conscious, uncon, scious, jung, chart
An individual person's unique "conscious" and "uncon­scious" ways of adjusting to the environment and organizing his or her life. For Jung, personality is the expression of a "Self".
The conscious activations in someone's chart, calculated based on birth location, date and time.
Keywords:  eudora, pro, geared, mail, relevant
This is an alternate e-mail account. In Eudora, you can access mail from several e-mail accounts at the same time. However, you must set up each account separately using Eudora's personality functions.
A method of setting up a computer or a program for multiple users. Example: In Windows, each user is given a separate "personality" and set of relevant files. Although Eudora Pro also has a feature called personalities, its use is geared toward a single user with multiple e-mail accounts.
"Affectionate" means a breed that is very demonstrative in its affection. "Reserved" means a less demonstrative breed (but just as loving). "Active" means an animal always on the go; the typical overgrown kitten. "Tranquil" means a sedate and dignified animal. "Quiet" means a non-talking breed. "Vocal" means the cat won't shut up.
The Karstadt Personality consumer segment includes personal requisite ranges such as fragrances, watches and jewellery, leather goods, toys and games, books and confec tionery.
Consistent pattern of responses to the stimuli from both internal and external sources.
The tone the email communicates: excited, cheerful, playful, serious, concerned, helpful, etc. The personality of the document should be consistent with the personality of the business and the offer. It should remain consistent throughout any one email and consistent across all emails in a campaign. (For "personality" as it pertains to your prospects, see WIIFM.)
Keywords:  phrenology, pons, probability
phrenology pons probability
Something said or written which refers to the person, conduct, etc., of some individual, especially something of a disparaging or offensive nature; personal remarks; as, indulgence in personalities.
a performer whose individuality is so distinctive and strong that it dictates the color of every role he plays
a role we play and therefore, something that is less then what we are in our wholeness
Keywords:  plist, kext, instantiate, bundle, info
A set of properties specifying the kinds of devices a driver can support. This information is stored in an XML matching dictionary defined in the information property list ( Info.plist) file in the driverâ€(tm)s KEXT bundle. A single driver may present one or more personalities for matching; each personality specifies a class to instantiate. Such instances are passed a reference to the personality dictionary at initialization.
an understatement--she'll be the first to admit it
Keywords:  ajax, runtime, ide, targeted, library
a collection of IDE features that are specifically targeted to a certain AJAX Runtime Library
Keywords:  destiny, sense, man
a man with a sense of destiny
Keywords:  notable, celebrity, famous
A person who is famous or notable; a celebrity.
That quality of a law which concerns the condition, state, and capacity of persons.
a combination of the intrinsic and extrinsic qualities of a person"
Keywords:  cosmic, divine, aspect
the Personal aspect of a Cosmic or Divine being.
an aggregate, or an organization, like a cricket club
Keywords:  freedom, desire
a desire for freedom
Keywords:  intellectual, subject
Personality is that by which the intellectual subject is a person.
Keywords:  temper, quick, thing, known, you
a quick temper - one thing for which you have always been known
a completely integrated human being
a separated human being
Keywords:  middle, aged, condition
a middle-aged condition
Keywords:  factor, heart, established, risk, well
a well-established risk factor for heart disease
Keywords:  multiple, word, describe, system
A word used to describe a person in a multiple system.