Little is known about the food habits of leptocephali.
250, on Tatar habits of eating, with Carpine, pp.
This association seems to be due to the scavenging habits of dogs.
Class time is used to correct any habits that could lead to injury.
Cobbett also closely observed drinking habits in the United States.
This has changed the consumer habits, shifting the centre of commerce from S.
Breakfast habits differ more between age groups or families than between cities.
Hart identifies three further differences between habits and binding social rules.
Little information is available on its migratory habits as compared to those of M.
Kellogg transformed American eating habits from 1906 by popularizing breakfast cereal.
Napoleon maintained strict, efficient work habits, prioritizing what needed to be done.
Another factor in the decline of the Medici bank were the spending habits of the Medici.
The islands had a very mixed population, of whose habits several strange stories are told.
Byron and other writers, such as his friend Hobhouse, described his eating habits in detail.
It is ascribed to Herodotus, and supposedly describes the basking habits of the Egyptian crocodile.
He considered it rotten and forbade the use of popular Mongol names, habits, language, and clothing.
American eating habits owe a great deal to that of their British culinary roots with some variations.
The ruffe has similar eating habits, but an accelerated reproduction rate compared to other like fish.
The latter treats of their habits, songs, nesting, and other facts pertaining to their life histories.
Despite their normally solitary habits, Brown bears will gather rather closely in numbers at good spawning sites.