The book concludes in a way that hardly matches my own political proclivity.
It was long the residence of John Peel, yeoman, whose hunting proclivity was well known throughout the whole north country.
Anna was very worried about her son going to kindergarten because he has a proclivity to misbehave.
I prefer to work with people that have a proclivity to be efficient and reliable.
After watching others succeed by working hard, I have a proclivity to behave like them.
Do you have a proclivity to initiate conversation with strangers?
Tammy has a proclivity to spend more money than she saves.
Jack has a proclivity to show kindness to people even when they don't show it back.
Because of her proclivity to burn food, Dana never signs up to bring dishes to potluck dinners.
Some people have a proclivity to like analytical data more than abstract concepts.
Companies have a proclivity to increase their prices when their products are in high demand.
Although he has a proclivity to speak his mind, Joe continues to talk in situations where he should be quiet.
Foreign banks do not have a proclivity nor do they really feel an interest or need to go down market.
proclivity primitivism, shorn of all its ideological proclivities, is better off with another name.
Janardhana was, by instinct and natural proclivity, a person who wanted to talk to families on a personal basis.
He was known for his proclivity for playing the game naked, and cast member Sue Hawk alleged he brushed up against her while naked during a challenge.
These organizations would most likely be displeased at graphics that indicate a proclivity for drug and alcohol use.
Duchovny continues to receive outpatient treatment for "sexual compulsion proclivity" (read…sex addiction).
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