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  • Young men in such countries grow up in an all-male environment, in a testosterone-saturated world that has the ethos of a high school boys' locker room.†   (source)
  • Zayd is the embodiment of an ethos that, more than anything, defines merit around this campus and many elite institutions like it: constant, fearless, rigorous experimentation-both social and intellectual.†   (source)
  • There was less bulimia and more fights than I had known as an undergrad, but the same feminine ethos was present—empathetic camaraderie and bawdy humor on good days, and histrionic dramas coupled with meddling, malicious gossip on bad days.†   (source)
  • Neither could do without or do with the other; yet the constrictions of conscience and society, morality and ethos dictated a separation.†   (source)
  • Even though she'd attended every party, formal, and mandatory meeting, she couldn't buy into the whole "sisterhood will change your life" ethos, nor did she believe that "being a Chi Omega will bestow lifelong benefits."†   (source)
  • It wasn't part of our ethos.†   (source)
  • That's the Italian ethos.†   (source)
  • The infirmary was of course a model of hygiene and efficiency, which I was most willing to maintain for him, despite his sometimes searing criticisms in this very room (and in front of others), which were aimed not at my specific conduct but at the legacies of my "training" and "background"—the ultimate question being of my ethos, as it were, a term (from his brief university schooling in England) that he seemed to employ often, for my edification.†   (source)
  • At this point, we do not really understand their ethos or their particular ways of viewing life.†   (source)
  • We would of course have to get married, once established in Virginia; the ethos of the time and place would certainly permit no casual cohabitation.†   (source)
  • Her termination is in keeping with the ethos at the company.
  • The conservative sanctity of life ethos is appalled by the proposal.
  • Why are these suburban-Atlanta kids acting out the ethos of the frontier?†   (source)
  • What followed was probably the most stern lecture in SEAL ethos and ethics I've ever attended.†   (source)
  • The ethos of the assembly line remains at its core.†   (source)
  • And it's certainly not the German ethos.†   (source)
  • The ethos of the North British borders came to dominate this "dark and bloody ground," partly by force of numbers, but mainly because it was a means of survival in a raw and dangerous world* The triumph of a culture of honor helps to explain why the pattern of criminality in the American South has always been so distinctive.†   (source)
  • I now understand that SEAL ethos-every officer, commissioned or noncommissioned, must know the whereabouts of every single one of his men.†   (source)
  • In the case of the Hutterites, people who are willing to go along with the group, who can be easily infected with the community ethos below the level of 150, somehow, suddenly — with just the smallest change in the size of the community — become divided and alienated.†   (source)
  • I didn't realize it, but I had really been raised to follow the ethos of Stoicism—the Greco-Roman answer to Zen.†   (source)
  • Gore has managed to create a small-company ethos so infectious and sticky that it has survived their growth into a billion-dollar company with thousands of employees.†   (source)
  • It's not the English ethos," she said.†   (source)
  • Schoenthal is one hundred percent right, it is pure sentimental rubbish embedded in the Judeo-Christian ethos that makes suicide morally wrong, after the Third Reich suicide should become the legitimate option of any sane human being on earth, isn't that right, Irma?†   (source)
  • But considering an acoustical daydream in this light, as a musical variety of ludus, I wonder if it might not indeed promote a certain ethos and foster a particular way of enjoying things?†   (source)
  • Music was placed in this category, and Aristotle speculated in his Politics as to the profit to be derived from it, finally conceding that music might conduce to virtue by making the body fit, promoting a certain ethos, and enabling us to enjoy things in me proper way, whatever that means.†   (source)
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