use disposition in a sentence.
Yeah, isn't "Content-Disposition: attachment;" header exactly for this?
Content-Disposition can be very useful but it does have some potential security implications:
I'm starting to envy people with even-keeled dispositions the way other people envy the rich.
All my friends who live like that have a rather sour disposition, so I'm guessing not.
Probably the most holistic write-up I've read on Apple's disposition.
I don't think so, I haven't really made any claims about how much of their behavior is situational versus dispositional.
Depending on your disposition, I would actually recommend learning with Processing.
Content-Type is text/plain, Content-Disposition is not set.
Has it been at all shown that the placebo effect is at all correlated with any psychological frame or disposition whatsoever?
Content-Disposition: attachment warning too.
No, you can't, because that generates one-off links with gibberish in the URL and forces the disposition to "download" instead of just sending the file.
Actually there's plenty of evidence to say entrepreneurship could be partially hereditary (or more to the point a genetic disposition to be intelligent and a genetic makeup that allows you to deal with stress through low blood pressure, a chemical makeup that gives you a calm disposition, and so on)So do you have another point or do you just specialize in attacks?
The point is not to assess language knowledge, but disposition.
Many people have flexible dispositions, however, and will generally find their social lot improve if they teach themselves to take the initiative in social interactions.
Could this be a case for stripping the: X-Confirm-Reading-To: Disposition-Notification-To: or Return-Receipt-To:, lines out of the message header?
The thing is, there has to be some genetic/early developmental disposition.
We have learned by sad experience that it is the nature and disposition of almost all men, as soon as they get a little authority, as they suppose, they will immediately begin to exercise unrighteous dominion.
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