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(1) The old ethic of hard work has given way to a new ethic of instant gratification.
(2) Mr. Grass inherited his work ethic from his father.
(3) Out of Puritanism came the intense work ethic. Sentencedict.com
(4) They instilled the work ethic into their children.
(5) The work ethic was never very strong in Simon.
(6) She had a real work ethic.
(7) I have a strong work ethic.
(8) The good old Protestant work ethic.
(9) Either that, or a different investment ethic prevails there.
(10) Ogden's work ethic is unquestioned.
(11) I firmly believe in the cooperative ethic, I talk about it a lot.
(12) Its political inflexion contests the middle-class work ethic which is the main purpose of its message.
(13) It builds a sort of dedication, a work ethic, which is valuable at a university or a polytechnic.
(14) Here the prospect of building an ethic on spontaneity and awareness brings about an unexpected shift of the burden of proof.
(15) The individual with this ethic does not engage in any cooperative activity for goals beyond the immediate-interest of the nuclear family.
(16) With a stronger private sector, a more vital ethic of self-help might also emerge.
(17) The independent ethic they had courted so successfully since their conception was beginning to fall hopelessly apart.
(18) We seem to have less of a work ethic than did our forefathers.
(19) You come from a modesty culture. Work ethic, and all that.
(20) They demand a collective ethic and a shared ideal; instead they are often treated as large-stage star vehicles.
(21) Congratulations on your new job - good for you! While we will miss you and have fond memories of working with you, we wish you well and hope you attain all the success you deserve. Your loyalty and work ethic have been an inspiration to us all. Have a prosperous life and keep in touch!
(22) It was rooted in a cast of mind raised to an ethic in the professions.
(23) Risk factors specific to the individual such as work ethic or commitment to the organisation need to be considered.
(24) The group selectionist argument is inherently appealing-we are immersed in the ethic of team spirit and charity.
(25) The group may provide guidelines for behaviour such as a professional ethic or a code of conduct. 5.
(26) Massive spamming has turned what was an amusing annoyance into a lucrative business that profits by violating the pre-commercial Internet ethic.
(27) Suddenly the climate was imbued with a new Puritan ethic, not the work ethic but the breeding ethic.
(28) The attempt by residents to develop in their own eyes a post-industrial ethic was not realizable without consequences and contradictions.
(29) If finally I become wholly submerged in this solipsism there could be no other rational ethic for me than egoism.
(30) I got a letter from some idiot spouting off about the work ethic.
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