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  1. Impatiently for his own turn. The" Mandalay Song" also heightens the ongoing, tension , At no point is the music entirely tonal, and while the tune is seemingly jazzy
  2. It in anagram form, ceiiinosssttuv, for UT tension , sic is (Latin: as the, tension , so the force). In a related use, from 1975,British naturalist Sir Peter
  3. That ethics must focus on 'dialectically integrating opposites' and balancing, tension , rather than seeking a priori validation or certainty. Like the existentialists
  4. Antihistamine properties and is also licensed for the treatment of anxiety and, tension , It is also used for its sedative properties as a premed before anesthesia or
  5. Alcott's family set up a sort of domestic post office to curb potential domestic, tension , Abby May described her idea:" I thought it would afford a daily opportunity
  6. Tests. They consist in two plates bonded on a limited length and loaded in, tension ,on both ends. The test can be either symmetrical or dis-symmetrical. In the
  7. Amplifier using belts wrapped around rotating drums; a slight increase in the, tension ,of the belt caused the drum to move the belt. A paired, opposing set of such
  8. The possibility of heat shield damage from the O2 tank rupture heightened the, tension ,of the blackout period, which took 33 seconds longer than normal. However
  9. Led to the election of Senator Andrew Bartlett as leader. However,the, tension ,led to Meg Lees leaving the party in 2002,becoming an independent and forming
  10. Fatigued, difficulty concentrating or mind going blank, irritability,muscle, tension , sleep disturbance (difficulty falling or staying asleep, or restless
  11. However, is necessary to institutionalize a feeling of transcendence. A, tension ,results from the risk that the necessity of transcendence, if taken too
  12. And particularly on the tongue, including analysis of the tongue size, shape, tension , color and coating, and the absence or presence of teeth marks around the edge.
  13. From the two largest cities of the Netherlands. The matches are known for their, tension ,and violence, both on and off the pitch. Over the years several violent
  14. Venous pooling, reducing the pressure in the ventricles and so reducing wall, tension ,and oxygen requirements in the heart. Short-acting nitrates are used to abort
  15. Brought in to compete with union-scale British Columbia companies. Despite the, tension , Bennett's last few years in power were relatively peaceful as economic and
  16. 1967,involving their name and logo. This resulted in a series of lawsuits and, tension ,between the two companies. These issues finally ended with their most recent
  17. Z-lock in Urey version. ) * a rotational wrist lock that directs upward-spiraling, tension ,throughout the arm, elbow and shoulder. * a shoulder control similar to Tokyo
  18. So the crew could check life-support, propulsion,and control systems. Despite, tension ,between the crew and ground controllers, the mission was a technical success
  19. Are tethered to the ground or other object (fixed or mobile) that maintains, tension ,in the tether or kite line; they rely on virtual or real wind blowing over and
  20. Are operated by either a change in the position of the release or" true back, tension ,"; that is to say the release triggers when a pre-determined draw weight is
  21. Clinical trials. Aspirin alleviates pain in 60–75 % of patients with episodic, tension ,headaches. It is equivalent to paracetamol (acetaminophen) in that respect
  22. Of a patient's anxiety, based on 14 parameters, including anxious mood, tension , fears, insomnia,somatic complaints and behavior at the interview. Existential
  23. And therefore reject anarcho-capitalism as a form of anarchism. Considerable, tension ,exists between these anarchists and anarcho-capitalists. Anti-capitalist
  24. To have been ripe for rebellion against these Persian clients. The simmering, tension ,finally broke into open revolt due to the actions of the tyrant of Miles
  25. These are (a) pleasure, or rather pleasantness, and displeasure, ( b), tension , and relaxation, ( c) excitement and depression. These two views are antithetic
  26. Alabama Song" and the imagery of the funeral procession is confusing. This, tension ,serves to distance the audience from the action, even at an exceptionally
  27. Line, which permits the beads of the stitch to sit straight without undue, tension ,bending the arrangement out of place. Right angle weave is done using both ends
  28. In both stadiums. PSV is also considered a rival, but in terms of, tension ,and rivalry, these matches are not as loaded as the duels with Feyenoord. The
  29. Literally, would compromise AA's efforts to maintain a broad appeal. As this, tension ,is an integral part of AA, Rudy and Goal argue that AA is best described as a
  30. Self observation and impulse control and relieve chronic stiffness, tension ,and stress. The technique is named after Frederick Matthias Alexander, who,in
  31. Physical effects of anxiety may include heart palpitations, muscle weakness and, tension , fatigue, nausea,chest pain, shortness of breath, stomach aches, or headaches.
  32. Way uses" mechanical advantage" as a means of releasing cumulative muscular, tension , It's also a specific time to practice Alexander's principle of conscious "
  33. 109.5°) in order to allow the different groups sufficient space. This causes a, tension ,in the molecule, known as strict hindrance, and can substantially increase the
  34. Nylon- or gut-string classical guitar, and because steel strings have higher, tension , heavier construction is required overall. One innovation is a metal bar called
  35. And their attendants. Structure Bridges may be classified by how the forces of, tension , compression, bending,torsion and shear are distributed through their
  36. May be quite clear. In a suspension or cable-stayed span, the elements in, tension ,are distinct and placement. In other cases the forces may be
  37. Hydraulic and mechanical time delay triggers have been used, as have" back, tension ," triggers which are operated by either a change in the position of the release
  38. Which include changes in sleeping patterns,nail-biting and increased motor, tension , such as foot tapping. While chemical issues in the brain that result in
  39. A series of jerks and jolts, indicating the anchor is dragging, or a smooth, tension ,indicative of digging in. As the anchor begins to dig in and resist backward
  40. Also called the“ field of struggles,” which is defined by the, tension ,and movement inherent among the various positions in the field. Bourdieu claims
  41. Only liaison to the publishing company, is often characterized as the site of, tension , For the author to reach his or her audience, the work usually must attract the
  42. From the use of the wood of the yew tree. The sap-wood is best suited to the, tension ,on the back of the bow, and the heart-wood to the compression on the belly.
  43. I have a cold. I refuse to foul up our timelines this way. A further source of, tension ,between Mission Control and the crew was that Shirr repeatedly expressed the
  44. The back of the bow; the draw weight of the bow can be adjusted by changing the, tension ,of the cable. They were widespread among Inuit who lacked easy access to good
  45. Of tension , which is immediately released once the train is robbed. Release of, tension ,is therapeutic and useful in our society, because most jobs are boring and
  46. The practical benefits that come with wisdom. But the early release of dramatic, tension ,is consistent with the holiday meanings in Old Comedy, and it allows the
  47. Fans, Spears expresses perfectly the conflicting urges of adolescence,the, tension ,between chastity and sexual experience, between hedonism and responsibility
  48. Up on the bow cable the stern anchor can be set. After both anchors are set, tension ,is taken up on both cables to limit the swing or to align the vessel. Bahamian
  49. Publicised story of Andersson and Lyngstad's divorce, speculation increased of, tension ,within the band. Also released in the United States was the title track of The
  50. Of the gamble they take in the early stage of the game there is a build up of, tension , which is immediately released once the train is robbed. Release of tension is

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