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Verb form of the word behave.
They were behaving so well and so united in their response.
Submitted by MaryC on April 2, 2020
The numerical value of behaving in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of behaving in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Examples of behaving in a Sentence
It’s hard to imagine how we get back from this … when this is how our elected representatives are behaving — when we ca n’t agree on, you know, what is the truth.
You can see it every day in the city. When I walked into work this morning, I saw six buses pass one after the other and I counted 11 passengers across the buses, there is a very high degree of compliance in terms of social isolation measures and that's a good thing. The public are listening and they are behaving responsibly, however it is too early for us to say in terms of the impact.
I just assumed that the way they were behaving that they had the votes.
We believe it is outrageous how the Israeli establishment is behaving with our schools, these schools are not asking for a lot of money.
The vast majority were armed, but in most cases, the police officers who shot them were not responding to reports of a crime, more often, the police officers were called by relatives, neighbors or other bystanders worried that a mentally fragile person was behaving erratically, reports show. More than 50 people were explicitly suicidal.
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