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  • n. Plural form of ethos.


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  • The Yishuv leadership, and the Sabras after them, treated the Oriental immigrants with a mixture of affection, compassion, condescension, and arrogance -- the products of the combined ethoses of ingathering the exiles and rejecting the Diaspora.

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  • Venturi wasn't out to develop a personal signature: "We get our kicks from accommodating to different places, different ethoses or situations," he says.

    The Thinking Man Of Design

  • But I think what we proved was in the army we have these four warrior ethoses.

    CNN Transcript Jun 20, 2006

  • In keeping with the individual ethoses of the two companies, Facebook Places is based on social interaction, while Google Places is essentially a search utility.

    Fast Company


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