The text boxes below have been placed in a random order. Reorder the paragraphs.

(A)Generally, the character and conduct of a person are gauged by the kinds of people he mixes and moves with.

(B) If a man moves in the company of good, gentle and noble people, he is usually adjudged to be a gentleman

(C) But sometimes, the persons of opposite nature also come closer fall in each other’s company by accident, chance or out of ignorance vitiating the above statement to some extent.

(D) It is usual for a man to see the company of those who possess tastes, tendencies, and temperaments like his own.

(E) On the other side, if he keeps company with evil persons and bad characters, he is considered to be a man of bad character.

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