- tulaga tatauproprietariesa tagata e umiaproprieties
Noun(1) correct or appropriate behavior
(1) In particular, the ├ö├ç├┐emphatic iron├ö├ç├û fence lends a proprietary air, inextricably linking the house with the family's identity.(2) That sense of ownership sometimes includes a proprietary attitude toward waterways abutting a Texan's land.(3) He dumped the last armload of driftwood on the heap and regarded it with a proprietary air.(4) In your checklist, the other market-related element is the proprietary product.(5) You can build a proprietary product, and don't have to pass along your additions or improvements.(6) She rests a proprietary hand on the man's shoulder, as if for security, and the little finger of her other hand-it almost makes you wince to see it-is extended primly.(7) I thus would personally avoid defining any of these proprietary products, in order to remain consistent.(8) Integration brokers have long suffered from being highly proprietary in nature.(9) It was merely a gauche expression of a feeling of ownership, a childlike discovery of proprietary rights where the immediate and instinctive reaction is to take the toy apart.(10) This only causes headaches for Canada, whose government sees the Northwest Passage as a proprietary waterway, as Canadian as Lake Winnipeg.(11) The common law tradition posed fewer difficulties for the Crown as long as its vocabulary was informed by ideas of feudal tenure rather than proprietary ownership.(12) The initial sale exhausted the proprietary rights of the original owner of the work.(13) Participating owners in a proprietary shipping pool do not operate the pool themselves; they place their trust in the pool operator to do it for their benefit.(14) These products usually cost less than comparable proprietary products.(15) First, enforcement of the regulations designed to limit the number of proprietary products entering the inventory appears to have waned.(16) The stain itself is a proprietary product made specifically for brick.
(1) sense of propriety :: lagona o le tulaga tatau
1. decorum ::
2. etiquette ::
3. correctitude ::
1. impropriety ::
2. indecorum ::
Different Formsproprietaries, proprietary, proprieties, propriety
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