situational

All Adjective Noun
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  • There is only one situational song composed by him for the film.
  • Many of his moves are very situational, making him a character for more advanced players.
  • In part because of facilities, situational and those who seek more knowledge.
  • Added to this list that should be one that has to do with the situational resources.
  • They work based on human interests, which he called situational interests.
  • As situational plays become more widely known they become less useful because they will impact the way the line is set.
  • The situational judgment test has been around for over fifty years.
  • Protest songs are frequently situational, having been associated with a social movement through context.
  • It's his first time to direct a situational comedy show.
  • Changing some of those situational factors may help reduce levels of crime in that place.
  • Almost all strategy games require internal decision tree style thinking, and typically very high situational awareness.
  • The Situational Center also forms part of the airport control center.
  • It can also be received by other aircraft to provide situational awareness and allow self separation.
  • However, the tracks eventually fell in place due to the script and situational numbers to fit in.
  • They view themselves as more responsive, and therefore believe themselves to be in control of all situational matters.
  • Bhaskar said that all the songs were situational songs in this film which drive the story forward.
  • Methods can be designed with the use of Situational method engineering.
  • The book also introduced the idea of situational ethics to an English speaking audience.
  • By his own account, he spent his youth in situational poverty and ethnic diversity.
  • These studies suggest that various individual and situational factors influence how close we feel to another person, regardless of distance.
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