Origin of positivity
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Examples from the Web for positivity
After all, hats have been part of his life for the past 22 years; passion and positivity fuel his business.The Harlem Hat Shop You Have to Visit
October 24, 2014
She was known for her positivity, cheerfulness, and sweet demeanor.The Names You Don’t Hear: Nearly 200 Women Have Died in Iraq and Afghanistan
May 26, 2014
But Nietzsche understood resentment is a powerful, dangerous counterforce to any positivity police.From Smarm To Snark, We’re All Soldiers In The War On Obscurity
December 7, 2013
Below the critical threshold of positivity, we remain grounded.
Even more bravely, she proceeds to argue that subsequent work on positivity ratios has left her ideas more or less intact.
What now, that the upper centers are finely active in positivity?
Now in what we will call the "natural" mode, man has his positivity in the volitional centers, and women in the sympathetic.
The so-called 'Ne Plus Ultra' may have been intended to illustrate a similar paradox—the 'positivity of negation'.The Complete Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Word Origin and History for positivity
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