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1) He maintained order by sheer force of personality.
2) She has such a kind, friendly personality.
3) His personality has several dimensions.
4) She had a bright and bubbly personality.
5) Serle has a blander personality than Howard.
6) Tom felt himself being drawn towards her vibrant personality.
7) He has a strong personality.
8) Be elegant and with nice personality.
9) His wife has a strong personality.
10) Gill had an extraordinary,(http://sentencedict.com/personality.html) incandescent personality.
11) His personality is in good taste.
12) She has a very strong personality.
13) Your clothes are often a reflection of your personality.
14) His personality made him an easy subject for parody.
15) He developed a split personality after the crash.
16) People's clothes are often an expression of their personality.
17) Your clothes are a reflection of your personality.
18) She has such an endearing personality.
19) They testify to the extraordinary potency of his personality.
20) A child's personality is fixed in the first five years of life.
21) An extraordinary personality cult had been created around the leader.
22) A stable personality and high sense of responsibility are desirable.
23) He's got a few kinks in his personality, if you ask me.
24) There are likely to be tensions and personality clashes in any social group.
25) He was an ambitious man with a strong personality .
26) He has magnetic personality.
27) What one describes in the books is one's thought in his mind. The personality of a book is that of the author.
28) We don't need people who follow the rules. We need people with personality.
29) It's not suspicious that I'm fixating. It's consistent with my personality.
30) The candidate was quite unexceptionable, a well-known travel writer and TV personality.
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