Synonyms for habitude or Related words with habitude

vrai              toute              amoureuse              mieux              regarde              mourir              ainsi              vouloir              laisse              envers              revient              amoureux              quoi              avait              celui              vont              chaque              toujours              reviens              doucement              cette              moins              votre              vendre              plaisir              vient              comme              rien              seule              tendre              appartient              douleur              messieurs              odeur              perdre              voici              essentiel              personne              veux              mots              musicien              apprendre              faites              laisser              mensonges              disait              devient              besoin              joue              sauver             

Examples of "habitude"
Tawassul , as the main habitude of Supplications, has key role in to acceptation of them.
superior tenant mix as per the size, planning, location and local habitude.
Françoise Lefèvre made her debut in literature in 1974, and each of her books tells about the episodes of her life. From "La Première habitude" to her latest book "Un album de silence" (2008). Love life, sentimental life, life of wanderings sometimes, life in writing too.
Since the Bishop of London refused to ordain ministers in the British American colonies, this constituted an emergency and as a result, on 2 September 1784, Wesley, along with a priest from the Anglican Church and two other elders, operating under the ancient Alexandrian habitude, ordained Thomas Coke a superintendent, although Coke embraced the title bishop.
According to Pierre Favier and Michel Martin-Roland, Mitterrand saw himself as following his predecessors when in 1984, when after shaking Kohl's hand, he laid a wreath on the tomb. They quote Mitterrand in the same book as saying that the wreath laying from 1987 onwards "n'était qu'une habitude prise par l'administration" ("was just a custom of (his) administration").
The Code did not merely embody contemporary custom or conserve ancient law. It is true that centuries of law-abiding and litigious habitude had accumulated, in the temple archives of each city, vast stores of precedent in ancient deeds and records of judicial decisions and that intercourse had assimilated city custom. The universal habit of writing, and perpetual recourse to written contract, further modified primitive custom and ancient precedent.
Bergson distinguishes two different forms of memory. On the one hand memories concerning habitude, replaying and repeating past action, not strictly recognized as representing the past, but utilizing it for the purpose of present action. This kind of memory is automatic, inscribed within the body, and serving a utilitarian purpose. Bergson takes as an example the learning of a verse by rote: Recitation tending toward non-reflective and mechanical repetition. The duration of the habitual recitation tends toward the regular and one may compare this kind of memory to a practical knowledge or habit. ""It is habitude clarified by memory, more than memory itself strictly speaking."" Pure memory, on the other hand, registers the past in the form of "image-remembrance", representing the past, recognized as such. It is of a contemplative and fundamentally spiritual kind, and it is free. This is true memory. Bergson takes as his example the remembrance of the lesson of learning the same verse, a dated fact that cannot be recreated. Pure memory or remembrance permits the acknowledgment that the lesson has been learned in the past, cannot be repeated, and is not internal to the body.