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Collectively, these findings indicate that considering the role of psychological need thwarting could further our understanding of the mechanisms contributing to ill-being beyond simply a lack of psychological need satisfaction.
In those instances when feelings of frustration and alienation are most intense, the student will view the thwarting to be personal; to be intentionally directed at the student in a way that is undeserved, at least from the student's point of view.
They will not be thwarting me, they will be thwarting the will of the Executive and senior ministers.
Tunis, Ramadan 30, 1437, Jul 5, 2016, SPA -- Arab Interior Ministers Council strongly condemned the terrorist bombings that took place in Madinah, praising the performance of the Saudi security forces and their success in thwarting these barbaric acts.
Peshawar, July 21, 2010 (Frontier Star): Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Ameer Haidar Khan Hoti has paid tributes to courage and bravery of security personnel for thwarting an attack of terrorists on Punjab Regiment Center training area in Mardan and annihilating them.
He indicated the thwarting of a second attempt in another flight to smuggle 909 grams of cocaine by a woman inside her bowels.