personal best   (自己最高記録)

She set a personal best in the 50 m butterfly event.

His personal best in the 100 meters is 10.3 seconds.

Her personal best for the event is 19.02 metres.

personal life   (私生活)

Very little else is known about his personal life.

He was a follower of tantra in his personal life.

Abadhuta also practised Tantra in his personal life.

own personal   (自分の個人)

Instead, he focuses on his own personal preference of geometry.

to which Schorenstein replied "that’s my own personal business".

After he joined the group, he had his own personal tutor on tour.

personal reasons   (個人的な理由)

He decided to leave the club for personal reasons.

He refused both invitations for personal reasons.

In 2011, Cryan left UBS for personal reasons.

personal name   (個人名)

Emperor Kanmu Kammu's personal name ("imina") was .

Tsedenbal Tsedenbal () is a Mongolian personal name.

Bács (given name) Bács is a Hungarian personal name.

personal computers

Used on typewriters before personal computers.

The game was re-released for personal computers in 1995.

It was marketed as a backup device for personal computers.

personal information   (個人情報)

Outlook Mobile is a personal information manager.

EMRs contain sensitive personal information.

Users don't see any photographs or personal information about any other user.

personal computer

The logging system is often simply a personal computer.

on a personal computer) or in parallel on supercomputers via MPI.

The Apple II was the first personal computer many people ever saw.

personal friend

The offer was brought to him by a personal friend.

He was a close personal friend of U.S.

Berg was a personal friend of Hepburn, after meeting her in 1983.

personal property   (私物)

Section 4 classified rolling stock as personal property.

real and personal property, livestock, crops, wages, etc.)

Connecticut does not levy an intangible personal property tax.

personal experience   (個人的体験)

His writing is often based on personal experience.

Newton wrote the words from personal experience.

With Richard Marx, Vandross wrote the song based on his personal experience.

more personal

It's more personal and vulnerable in a lot of ways."

The microphone made possible the more personal style.

Power in this period became more personal.

personal assistant

He worked as a personal assistant to KCR ever since.

He's currently working as Mr. Kanazawa's personal assistant.

A rather lazy man, he has a personal assistant, Shinobu Ousaki.

personal experiences

Wu's personal experiences were significant to his research.

Hort used his own personal experiences as prefaces to his sermons.

The author mainly focuses on each of the men's personal experiences.

personal use

Also, did she allow him personal use of the vehicle.

It is a FDA-cleared ECG medical device available for personal use.

In Canada, possession of benzodiazepines is legal for personal use.

personal best time

Her personal best time is 50.17 seconds, achieved in 1993.

His personal best time was 2:59.25 hours, achieved in 1912.

He ran a personal best time of 11.01 seconds in the 100 meters.

personal income

The per capita personal income was $36,457 in 2005.

There is no personal income tax or capital gains tax.

There are no taxes on corporate profits, capital gains, or personal income.

personal union   (パーソナルユニオン)

It proposed a personal union with the Prussian Hohenzollern dynasty.

This led to a war and personal union of Croatia and Hungary in 1102 under Coloman.

Poland and Lithuania had been joined in a personal union since the Union of Krewo of 1385.

personal and professional

The marriage was a personal and professional success.

It describes facts about the communicator's personal and professional life.

Scuba diving may be performed for a number of reasons, both personal and professional.

personal data

Most personal data assistants (PDAs) and smartphones also have such a feature.

The dissemination of personal data makes PII gathering a hotly debated social issue.

They have been accused of collecting personal data from student which is consider illegal.

personal bests

Jesionowska's published personal bests include:

ISU personal bests are highlighted in bold.

His personal bests are 2.30 m indoors and 2.29 m outdoors.

due to personal

Sarfaraz temporarily leaves the band due to personal reasons.

Cecil Gordon quit the race on lap 123 due to personal issues.

Orive left his position as the Mayor of Canovelles due to personal reasons.

personal relationship

She characterized her own personal relationship with Welles as motherly.

Rommel and Hitler had a close and genuine, if complicated, personal relationship.

Fairuz and the brothers agreed to end their professional and personal relationship in 1979.

new personal

She finished in a time of 3:05.07, a new personal best.

He achieved a new personal best of 78.33 m in June 2009 in Ostrava.

Earlier in the evening he had set a new personal best of 10.06 s in the 100 metres.

personal injury

He practiced family, personal injury and planning.

He practised largely in personal injury and industrial law.

The quantification of personal injury is not an exact science.

personal secretary

His personal secretary was Michael Emile Mahfood.

King-Deacon's early career was as a personal secretary.

In 2000, King Mohammed VI nominated him as his personal secretary.

other personal   (他の個人的な)

This included names, addresses and other personal details.

Outside of painting, Benvenuto also explored other personal endeavors.

Ferry also claimed rights to pen names and other personal properties of Ackerman.

personal development   (自己啓発)

The schools primarily assess students through reports on individual academic progress and personal development.

The intention of this process is that it is tailored to suit the individual baby and their personal development.

These organizations expect proactivity, initiative and responsibility for personal development from their employees.

personal collection

It includes several pictures from Gordeeva's personal collection.

Ru Smith, who donated the holotype to the AMNH from his personal collection.

Other posters used and the mugs, are part of Tarantino's personal collection.

personal lives

Little is known of their personal lives.

Moreover, they will be able to use their newfound skills in their personal lives.

I said, 'The song's called Lolita; - this is our personal lives, we are living this.

personal names

The former digraph "Aa" still occurs in personal names.

Early runic inscriptions also are largely limited to personal names and difficult to interpret.

There is no evidence of the "berht" element in Germanic personal names prior to the 6th century.

personal papers   (個人論文)

His personal papers were destroyed after his death at his request.

They left behind clothes, a stereo, personal papers, and three pistol boxes.

She left most of her personal papers to Pittsburg State University in Kansas.

personal problems

However, Rodriguez was also having personal problems.

Ward’s children by both of his wives had many personal problems.

She moves ahead in life despite facing insurmountable personal problems.

personal relationships

They may tend to give priority to work over personal relationships.

Her personal relationships have been rocky and are perennial tabloid fodder.

This can be explained by considering personal relationships as a social network.

personal interest

Both as Overseer and parent Symmes had a personal interest: his son Zechariah junr.

William D. Puleston, took a personal interest in so-called language students like Miyazaki.

Second, he was also driven by his strong personal interest in Chinese language and culture.

very personal

Photography is a very personal act for Johnson Artur.

The letters were very personal, almost like love letters.

Thus displaying a very personal distinctive style, characteristic for his work.

personal issues

Several of the women have personal issues.

Cecil Gordon quit the race on lap 123 due to personal issues.

However, after some personal issues and moving countries the album was delayed.

close personal

He was a close personal friend of U.S.

Most of my close personal friends are professional archaeologists."

Gilchrist was a close personal and boyhood friend of Alfred E. Smith.

personal care   (パーソナルケア)

It is used in cosmetics and personal care products, including sunscreens.

Kemin launched another division to expand into the global personal care industry.

Citric acid is used to soften water in soaps, personal care products and laundry detergents.

personal trainer   (個人トレーナー)

His personal trainer is Alexander Tarakanov.

Kevin is now an athletic therapist, personal trainer and model in Canada.

Guest appearance in the season featured Fitness personal trainer Clark Shao.

personal style

The microphone made possible the more personal style.

The album presented a more "dark", "fragile" and personal style.

Grot is credited with contributing significantly to Curtiz’ personal style.

personal physician   (かかりつけ医)

He was a personal physician to George Washington.

She was Stokely Carmichael's personal physician.

From 1923, Sinderson was personal physician to Iraq's Kings.

personal wealth   (個人の富)

His personal wealth is estimated to be $4.2 billion .

In 2006, Forbes estimated his personal wealth at $600 million.

staking much of his personal wealth.

personal belongings   (個人の持ち物)

SP Plus Corporation SP+ facilitates the movement of people, vehicles and personal belongings.

Each person was allowed to take a wagon with a limited amount of personal belongings and one team of horses.

Rumors of Satanism surrounded the case, and some of Waterhouse's personal belongings were deemed to be occult in nature.

personal responsibility

Under her methods, personal responsibility was encouraged.

Most of the songs expressed the theme of personal responsibility.

Readers may also draw lessons about equality and personal responsibility.

new personal best

She finished in a time of 3:05.07, a new personal best.

He achieved a new personal best of 78.33 m in June 2009 in Ostrava.

Earlier in the evening he had set a new personal best of 10.06 s in the 100 metres.

personal record   (個人記録)

This score is her personal record for points.

The diary was originally created as a personal record but A.Y.

Lizzy decided to have a second turn, to beat her personal record.

personal gain

Cooper was not the first to attempt air piracy for personal gain.

They thrive on relationships and willingly sacrifice personal gain.

Still he was an artist who never compromised for personal gain, fame or profit.

personal items

Tudor proudly indicated that he never carried any personal items.

Students alleged that during the sweep, personal items disappeared.

She wakes up in a cell containing personal items taken from her apartment.

personal pronouns   (人称代名詞)

In Assyrian, personal pronouns have seven forms.

The personal pronouns are declined as follows.

The Paiwan personal pronouns below are from Ferrell (1982:14).

most personal   (最も個人的な)

As a result, it is seen as his most personal album.

He has identified the song as his most personal on the album.

The album features some of Neumann's most personal songwriting.

personal best jump

Her personal best jump was 1.63 metres.

His personal best jump is 2.28 metres achieved in 2004 and 2009.

His personal best jump was 5.65 metres, achieved in June 1992 in Havana.

personal growth

This tendency can facilitate positive personal growth.

The club offered its members an opportunity for self improvement and personal growth.

It is more intentional than abstinence, and its goal is personal growth and empowerment.

personal level

However, on a personal level, the marriage was deeply unhappy.

On a personal level he was well liked by both officers and men.

Her interest in food history was long evident at a personal level.

personal effects

He gave the inmates till five o’clock to get out their personal effects.

The bailiff takes her furniture, complaining that she has not removed personal effects.

All of Madocks personal effects were sold, but there is no hint of complaint in his subsequent letters.

personal history

Little is known about Nahum's personal history.

Little is known of his personal history.

have some personal history which Ella prefers to put behind her, but which J.W.

personal income tax

There is no personal income tax or capital gains tax.

Liability to personal income tax is mainly determined by criterion of residency.

Between 2005 and 2008, the personal income tax rate was reduced from 26% to 21% in several steps.

great personal   (素晴らしい個人)

Yet the conflict brought great personal tragedy to Garvin.

Hauge faced great personal suffering and state persecution.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu referred to the event as a "great personal tragedy".

personal library

Bond donated her personal library to Goucher College.

Up till now my personal library has a collection of over 50,000 books."

McCord willed more than 200 volumes from her personal library to the center.

personal stories

The duo shared their personal stories with New Release Tuesday in July 2012.

The book is a collection of personal stories from gay men with disabilities.

The songs tell personal stories of life in the wide open country of Australia.

personal safety

This was for the personal safety of the King and his places.

All the personal safety products, ice axes, crampons, pitons, helmets are produced in Italy.

Issues included healthy living, personal safety, families and family life, drug use, and decision-making.

personal identity

For example, Hume's views on personal identity do not appear.

To set up the borderless account, prior personal identity verification is needed.

Camus drew parallels among football, human existence, morality, and personal identity.

s personal

A woman entered a hotel's unlocked rooms and took away guest’s personal things.

The series also will feature archives and footage from guest’s personal archives whenever possible."

Bracie ultimately sold Gooche Arthur Szyk’s personal archives, which included his wife Julia Szyk’s memoirs.

s personal

A woman entered a hotel's unlocked rooms and took away guest’s personal things.

The series also will feature archives and footage from guest’s personal archives whenever possible."

Bracie ultimately sold Gooche Arthur Szyk’s personal archives, which included his wife Julia Szyk’s memoirs.

professional and personal

Hans Löw plays Armin, a cameraman whose professional and personal lives are dysfunctional.

Fairuz and the brothers agreed to end their professional and personal relationship in 1979.

She was seen as a leader in her community and led a successful professional and personal life.

personal interests

In 1882, he resigned to attend to personal interests.

Frederick's personal interests include sailing, alpine skiing, flying, and cycling.

This allows researchers to see where an individual's personal interests and values lie.

personal freedom   (個人の自由)

They enjoyed personal freedom and paid a lump sum tax to the monarchs.

The focus on personal freedom was another divergence between white women and women of color.

Barnett admitted that the regime had "sterm authoritarianism" and "little room for personal freedom".

personal best throw

Her personal best throw is 75.09 meters, achieved in 2017 in Cetniewo.

Her personal best throw is 19.42 metres, achieved in July 1992 in Lyon.

His personal best throw is 67.08 metres, achieved in Snagov in May 1992.

personal friends

Several of his doctors became his personal friends.

Walsh and Cotton later became personal friends.

They were both personal friends of Robin's."

personal finance

He currently serves as the personal finance editor for MarketWatch.

She is one of the nation's leading commentators on personal finance., perhaps its best-known brand, is a personal finance website.

both personal

They are seen in both personal and commercial actions.

They were both personal friends of Robin's."

Scuba diving may be performed for a number of reasons, both personal and professional.

personal fortune

He donated his entire personal fortune to charity.

He never amassed the huge personal fortune of many of his relatives.

Upon his death, Sorenson donated his entire personal fortune to charity.

through personal

The production was funded through personal funds and deferrals.

The story is told through personal footage and vast amounts of archive material.

Residential colleges focus on the slow accumulation of knowledge through personal and academic interaction.

personal website

Information of the re-release was posted on her personal website.

More than 450 articles by Stephen Zunes are available on his personal website.

It was first used in late 2002 at the forum on Techside, a Japanese personal website.

personal appearances

with plenty of personal appearances.

Bear for personal appearances.

He attacked militant antiwar demonstrators, both in his personal appearances and in his strip.

personal attacks

I am not interested in personal attacks.

He, in turn, responded to the vast majority of personal attacks and never stopped writing.

Edwards asked Coulter to "stop the personal attacks" and accused her of "lowering the political dialogue" in America.

personal account

Choupette's personal account, @ChoupetteOfficiel, was only created after Lagerfeld's death.

"Crusade in Europe" is a personal account by one of the senior military figures of World War II.

Schoenbrun is the author of "On and Off the Air", a personal account of the history of CBS News through the 1970s.

no personal

There is no personal income tax or capital gains tax.

Where Part One contains no personal attribution, Part Two has full credits.

He added that he had had "a good career" and no personal problems on Capitol Hill.

deeply personal

Throughout the material was deeply personal and moving.

The film is not autobiographical, but it is deeply personal.

In 1990, Cash released the critically acclaimed, deeply personal "Interiors."

citing personal   (個人的な引用)

Just 11 days later, he withdrew from the race citing personal reasons.

Vukčević left in April 2013 by mutual consent, citing personal reasons.

He did not run for reelection in 1986, citing personal and family reasons.

set a personal

She set a personal best in the 50 m butterfly event.

He set a personal best of to win that medal.

He set a personal best of 3:43:57 hours for the distance in 1989.

personal and political

In the late 1640s, for personal and political reasons, he moved the capital back to Rajmahal.

In most of his works, his vision often seems anguished and alienated, personal and political at the same time.

Colwell is married and lives in Berkeley, California, where he devotes himself to creating personal and political art.

personal details

This included names, addresses and other personal details.

Many of these provide more personal details than his official bio page does.

There is significant ambiguity concerning the personal details of Bartholomew's life.

personal possessions   (私物)

Living in one place allows people to accumulate more personal possessions than nomadic people.

Ashoka then started donating his personal possessions, but was similarly restricted from doing so.

Cai's mother sold her personal possessions to enable Cai to attend a village school at the age of sixteen.

personal hygiene   (個人衛生)

They don't have the same personal hygiene and safety standards."

Bill's personal hygiene and other habits are shown to be very poor.

Questionable personal hygiene.

personal representative   (個人代表)

The words "lawyer" and "counsel" (not "counsellor") predominate in everyday contexts; the word "attorney" refers to any personal representative.

The emperor's younger brother, Prince Henry of Prussia, traveled from Europe to New York City to attend as the Kaiser's personal representative.

On 27 June 2014, she was appointed president François Hollande's "personal representative" to the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie.

personal preference   (個人の好み)

Grip choice is a matter of personal preference.

Instead, he focuses on his own personal preference of geometry.

Other toppings are added according to region, culture, or personal preference.

personal jurisdiction

Child support is established in proceedings in which the court has personal jurisdiction over both parties, i.e.

At some point, Istanzia was controlled by Omnia ("Small Gods"), but it can be assumed they have gained personal jurisdiction.

The responding state, which would have personal jurisdiction over the obligor, would provide notice and a hearing for obligor.

personal blog   (個人ブログ)

", and in 2006 did a Q&A at Cone's personal blog about The Sandbox.

His personal blog won several awards by the American Bar Association.

This time, his song "Cho Em" spread quickly after he posted in his personal blog.

personal letter

President Reagan was not there but wrote Schuur a personal letter afterwards.

John received a personal letter from Sir Alex Ferguson thanking him for the song.

Butt did intend to meet with Pius, and he carried with him a personal letter from Taft.

personal security

Godzilla becomes loyal to Bóris alone as his chauffeur, butler and personal security man.

Narrow, enclosed structures can result in perceptions of low personal security among users.

When we do find ourselves wanting it, what we are looking for is bodily sluggishness rather than personal security.

personal and social   (個人的および社会的)

The Guidance and Counselling Unit of the school does career, academic, personal and social counselling.

The application of the values of democracy, equality and freedom were consistent in their personal and social life.

In the words of Parkour artist Foucan, street sports are a philosophy concerned with the quest of personal and social realisation.

personal story   (個人的な物語)

"The Guardian" wrote, "With poetic simplicity… a delicately personal story and a call to action."

"Wings for My Flight is a personal story", wrote Gulliford, "but also a chronicle of environmental success.

She believes the works should speak for themselves and not be influenced or interpreted via her personal story.

personal health   (個人の健康)

It can also be used in personal health records applications.

Iacobucci served as president and CEO until May 20, 2013, when he stepped down for personal health reasons.

Portner quit teaching in 2017 to focus on choreographic and performance endeavors, film and personal health.

personal letters

He also wrote many of the personal letters of his master.

He began incorporating references to Shakespeare in his personal letters.

William Martin received seven personal letters of merit from Ronald Reagan.

well as personal   (個人的な)

Ideological as well as personal differences began to develop between Tommassi and Koehl.

The collection contains sound recordings, letters, photographs, lyric sheets, correspondence, as well as personal effects.

Contestants are continuously monitored by in-house television cameras as well as personal audio microphones during their stay.

personal connection

A conservative Republican, West was skeptical at first, but the two had a personal connection that would lead to lifetime friendship.

In his view, patients simply act out their unhappiness and lack of meaningful personal connection with important people in their life.

As a child she had a personal connection with animals, and later in life realistic drawings of horses and dogs became common features in her artwork.

personal bodyguard   (個人のボディーガード)

Grigori becomes Limonov's personal bodyguard.

Mark Antony chose a troupe of gladiators to be his personal bodyguard.

He joined Madero's revolution in 1910 and quickly became his personal bodyguard.

personal records

The original purpose of them seems to be for her own personal records of what happened in her travels.

Finally, it would open the door to demands for other personal records unrelated to his birth certificate.

Employee self-service Employee self-service (ESS) provides employees access to their personal records and details.

personal choice

It's a matter of personal choice.".

Kunze had been Hartwick's personal choice as director of the seminary.

It also implies a consent sufficiently deliberate to be a personal choice.