staleness


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Psychological monitoring of overtraining and staleness.
His work continues to vary and evolve to the point that staleness is not ah option, and killer shit is the general outcome.
Martin Scorsese's Rolling Stones concert documentary "Shine a Light" is a blast of fresh air blowing through the staleness of what has been, up till now, an abysmal movie year.
It's easy to let staleness set in when diners file in day after day, year after year, ordering the same popular dishes, and the ritual of preparing them starts to suck the soul out of a chef.
Overwhelmed by "the immense weariness of an aimless, hopeless existence," Folantin brightens upon occasion only when he discovers a new quack tonic that promises to remedy his digestive woes--a problem that stems more from the staleness of his life and his sour view of the world than from the "appalling cheese" and "leathery beef" he consumes in one greasy cuiller after another.
Only Cohen and Kalember manage to remain aloof from the general staleness.
Europe's second-biggest carmaker is suffering from an erosion of its market position, attributed to the staleness of its models.
Southgate had no new signings on view and there was a staleness about the performance.
Lack of attention to detail due to staleness and redundancy; and
Backyard Wrestling takes the staleness of the wrestling genre head on, and introduces a groundbreaking new world of open-ended gameplay.