is not just about "senior moments", says neuropsychologist Dr Joanna Iddon, co-author of Memory Boosters (Hamlyn Press, PS6.
Is it possible that the United States could lose its "empire," or at least its historic web of alliances, in a fit of absent-mindedness
The speaker is first astonished and later, in the last stanza, vexed over the girl's "brown study" (19), which captures her lively inner life, since the expression refers to a serious reverie, thoughtful absent-mindedness
, or a state of mental abstraction or musing.
But the hints here about everything from absent-mindedness
, creeping senility and increasing fragility are all done with compassion.
The parties and movements are revisiting their calculations, as if they had a wakeup call and are now emerging from a state of absent-mindedness
But that's my issue, and no awesome local musicians should have to suffer for my absent-mindedness
At the beginning the individual might experience absent-mindedness
, such as difficulty in remembering familiar names, dates and times of activities.
I love the use of the term 'lost' in this context, as if the town mislaid its maternity provision in a moment of absent-mindedness
It started with a bit of absent-mindedness
whilst cooking, the odd exploding hard-boiled egg, burnt baked beans or charcoaled fish.
The only thing Gouda surely represents is Abdel-Aziz's absent-mindedness
, a lack of vision from an inept filmmaker in frantic search of something significant to say.
Foer's own occasional absent-mindedness
should remind us, the human memory is a complicated, confounding subject.
Phillipson takes pleasure in recounting amusing incidences of his subject's famed absent-mindedness
- during the gestation of The Wealth of the Nations, Smith reportedly walked the fifteen miles from Kirkcaldy to Dunfermline 'wrapped in thought and clad in a dressing gown' (p.