In his final illness he took the habit of Order of St.
It became her habit to paint the same subject repeatedly.
Cadoc followed his father's example and received the religious habit from St.
The clumping habit helps hold the mussels firm against the force of the waves.
She organized orgies and had the habit of killing her lovers when morning broke.
Going to a public bath at least once daily was a habit with most Roman citizens.
Many woodpeckers have the habit of tapping noisily on tree trunks with their beaks.
fastigiata types are more upright in their growth habit and have shorter crop cycles.
He was in the habit of awaking and rising from bed four or five times during the night.
A fervent Cantabrigian, Coke had a habit of naming Cambridge first, including in Parliament.
But, the habit once formed, nothing is easier than to transfer it from one object to another.
Socioeconomic factors significantly affect whether or not individuals develop the habit of voting.
Second, when this criticism is seen socially as a good reason for adhering to the habit, and it is welcomed.
Duns Scotus received the religious habit of the Friars Minor at Dumfries, where his uncle, Elias Duns, was guardian.
Augustine criticized the Priscillianists, who he said were like the Manicheans in their habit of fasting on Sundays.
Giant kelp can be harvested fairly easily because of its surface canopy and growth habit of staying in deeper water.
In temperate areas, the house sparrow has an unusual habit of tearing flowers, especially yellow ones, in the spring.
In other cases, the speaker is able to select freely from free variant allophones, based on personal habit or preference.
The framework of its phylogeny shows that repeated life habit states derive from evolutionary convergence and parallelism.
Having four wives, a gambling habit and a susceptibility to confidence tricksters, he did not hold on to the money he made.