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An opposite personality to Robyn, has a take-charge attitude and strong-willed demeanor.
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The main problem was that Wilder was the opposite of his ideal director, John Huston, in both style and personality.
Pei found Zeckendorf's personality the opposite of his own ; his new boss was known for his loud speech and gruff demeanor.
This personality typology has some aspects of a trait theory: it explains people's behaviour in terms of opposite fixed characteristics.
She is capricious and aggressive, the opposite of Willow's usual nature ; her bad behavior so exaggerated that it does not instill fear into the viewer like other female vampires in the series, but indicates more about Willow's personality.
With a highly energetic and brave personality, despite his small size, Scrappy was the exact opposite of his uncle ; Scrappy would usually insist on trying to directly fight the various monsters Scooby and his associates encountered and generally have to be dragged away by Scooby.
In literary fiction, an antithesis can be used to describe a character who presents the exact opposite as to personality type or moral outlook to another character in a particular piece of literature.
Historians do seem to agree, however, that Rosamund was Eleanor's opposite in personality and that Henry and Rosamund appear to have shared a deep love.
In short, she very strongly possesses a lot of archetypically " human " personality features, and could be described as the opposite of such calm, rational individuals as Data or Spock, who mostly lack these features.
The term describes a personality trait which is viewed as a negative characteristic and has been shunned and disdained ( see norms ) within most, if not all cultures, whilst courage, typically viewed as its direct opposite, is generally rewarded and encouraged.
Michael Palin's character in Fierce Creatures, however, is a chatterbox that is difficult to keep quiet, the opposite of his personality in A Fish Called Wanda, where he was a stutterer unable to say anything easily.
They show us a mandarin literary personality, full of chic phrases and up-to-date ideas, that is quite the opposite of the naive visionary.
The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy makes reference to Dora in episode " Pandora's Lunchbox ", where a character bearing a suspicious resemblance and the same name as Dora tries to convince people to open her lunchbox, but her personality is nearly the exact opposite of Dora's, being evil and wanting to plunge the world into never-ending suffering.
The running gag was that Sue Ann's hard-edged private personality was the complete opposite of how she presented herself on her show.
Individuals who choose to pursue sex reassignment therapy may include homosexual people who are unable to accept their homosexuality, or who were, up until the 1970s, encouraged by caretakers to change their gender role ; some cross-dressers who feel more comfortable dressed as members of the opposite gender, although it is important to realize that many transsexual women go through a period where they self-identify as cross-dressers ; and people with certain psychiatric disorders, such as schizophrenia, borderline personality disorder, dissociative identity disorder, and Munchausen syndrome.
For each of twenty pairs of polar opposite trait terms ( e. g. “ friendly — unfriendly ”) subjects either ranked the person on a discrete scale or chose “ depends on the situation ”, allowing the subject to “ not make a dispositional ascription .” Based on third-party Q-Sort personality descriptions of the subjects, certain negative personality traits were correlated with those subjects who tended to ascribe dispositions to others, while traits such as “ charming ”, “ interesting ”, and “ sympathetic ” were associated with those who preferred not to ascribe traits.
Ferrell was named to the first AL All-Star team in 1933, but with his pitching skill diminished by shoulder pain, and after a disappointing 11-12 record in the year, he was sent to the Boston Red Sox, where his brother Rick – whose personality was almost the opposite of Wes's – was a fine all-around catcher.
" In the book The New Generation of County Music Stars, David Dicaire describes Dunn as " posess a soulful voice with a quiet intensity " and a " traditional country singer ", while calling Brooks " the opposite to Dunn's musical personality ," " a high-energy showman " and " the perfect accompaniment to his partner ".
At the same time, Fūma has a change of personality and becomes the " Kamui " of the Dragons of Earth as he was destined to be Kamui's opposite.
Despite her horrific ordeal at the hands of the Dark Side Club and her earlier appearances as a serious, keeps-to-herself, quiet and polite young woman, Atlee's personality is on the opposite end of the spectrum from the original Tara.
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Practically everybody in Berlin has relatives and friends that live in the opposite part of the city.
It is important to note that, while research supports the idea that altruistic acts bring about happiness, it has also been found to work in the opposite direction — that happier people are also kinder.
Members of the family are usually perennial herbs with sword-shaped unifacial leaves ; the inflorescence is a spike or panicle of solitary flowers, or forms a monochasial cyme or rhipidium ( meaning that the successive stems of the flowers follow a zig-zag path in the same plane ); and the flower has only three stamens, each opposite to an outer tepal.
In two different groups, and with opposite expression, the sculptor has represented Cupid with his bride ; in the one they are standing, in the other recumbent.
Sakharov achieved there a complete CPT symmetry since the second sheet is enantiomorph ( P-symmetry ), has an opposite arrow of time ( T-symmetry ) and is mainly populated by antimatter ( C-symmetry ) because of an opposite CP-violation.
On an anemometer with four cups it is easy to see that since the cups are arranged symmetrically on the end of the arms, the wind always has the hollow of one cup presented to it and is blowing on the back of the cup on the opposite end of the cross.
Namely, a transsexual who has completed gender reassignment surgery is certainly not considered cross-dressing, unless they were to wear clothes of the gender opposite of what they have transitioned to.
This is totally spurious, since no matter who measured first the other will measure the opposite spin despite the fact that ( in theory ) the other has a 50 % ' probability ' ( 50: 50 chance ) of measuring the same spin, unless data about the first spin measurement has somehow passed faster than light ( of course TI gets around the light speed limit by having information travel backwards in time instead ).
Traditionally, the location of Charybdis has been associated with the Strait of Messina off the coast of Sicily and opposite the rock on the Italian mainland identified with Scylla.
A flow of positive charges gives the same electric current, and has the same effect in a circuit, as an equal flow of negative charges in the opposite direction.
It has the Hammersmith End to its left, the Putney End to its right and is opposite the Johnny Haynes Stand.
The compound bow has the string attached to the pulleys, one or both of which has one or more cables attached to the opposite limb.
Clark Kent's hair is always absolutely flat, while Superman's hair has a slight wave and is parted on the opposite side as Kent's.
In words, the acceleration is pointing directly opposite to the radial displacement r at all times, and has a magnitude:
The estimation of the monitor size by the distance between opposite corners does not take into account the display aspect ratio, so that for example a 16: 9 widescreen display has less area, than a 4: 3 screen.
* Antiphase boundaries occur in ordered alloys: in this case, the crystallographic direction remains the same, but each side of the boundary has an opposite phase: For example, if the ordering is usually ABABABAB, an antiphase boundary takes the form of ABABBABA.
It has been suggested that this is at least partially due to Berlin's proximity to the front, and that for an opposite effect, New York's geographic distance from the war spawned its more theoretically-driven, less political nature.
The rarer grave accent has the opposite effect, shortening vowel sounds that would usually be pronounced long.
Thus, according to Lutz, doublespeak is a form of language that defeats the purpose of inventing language because doublespeak does not communicate the truth but seeks to do the opposite and the doublespeak committee is tasked with correcting this problem that doublespeak has created in the world of language.
Often described as the opposite of déjà vu, jamais vu involves a sense of eeriness and the observer's impression of seeing the situation for the first time, despite rationally knowing that he or she has been in the situation before.
Eastern Greenlandic, at the opposite end of the Inuit range has had significant word replacement due to a unique form of ritual name avoidance.