Claude Ditmar's ability to put it through was unquestioned; one had only to look at him, tenacity, forcefulness, executiveness were written all over him.... In addition, the article contained much material of an autobiographical nature that must Janet thought have been supplied by Ditmar himself, whose modesty had evidently shrunk from the cruder self-eulogy of an interview.

Furthermore, his features portrayed a growth, and his eyes, which had been softly firm, were now firm with the added harshness or hardness which is bred of coping with things and coping quickly, the stamp of executiveness which is pressed upon men who do, and upon all men who do, whether they drive dogs, buck the sea, or dictate the policies of empires.

Continuity One thing at a time. Vitativeness Love of life. 2. Combativeness Resistance, defense. 3. Destructiveness Executiveness, force. 4. Alimentiveness Appetite, hunger. 5. Acquisitiveness Accumulation. 6. Secretiveness Policy, management. 7. Bibativeness Fondness for liquids. Cautiousness Prudence, provision. 2. Approbativeness Ambition, display. 3. Self-esteem Self-respect, dignity. 4.

While she in turn needs his executiveness, his dignity, his seriousness and positive elements to balance her tendency to frivolity, and make her accomplishments and versatility valuable.

Here again we have followed the law of nature, and harmony is the result each is the complement of the other. The genius and versatility of the blond are here fortified with executiveness and endurance, while her concentrative and intense nature is vitalized and warmed with the enthusiasm, the geniality and adaptiveness of the Magnetic Temperament.

Claude Ditmar's ability to put it through was unquestioned; one had only to look at him, tenacity, forcefulness, executiveness were written all over him.... In addition, the article contained much material of an autobiographical nature that must Janet thought have been supplied by Ditmar himself, whose modesty had evidently shrunk from the cruder self-eulogy of an interview.

Claude Ditmar's ability to put it through was unquestioned; one had only to look at him, tenacity, forcefulness, executiveness were written all over him.... In addition, the article contained much material of an autobiographical nature that must Janet thought have been supplied by Ditmar himself, whose modesty had evidently shrunk from the cruder self-eulogy of an interview.

Out of her sea-training she was able to appreciate Sheldon's executiveness when she burst in on him with her news. Springing from the steamer-chair in which he had been lounging while waiting for breakfast, he clapped his hands for the house-boys; and, while listening to her, he was buckling on his cartridge-belt and running the mechanism of his automatic pistol.