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I insisted on my aversion to lying with my own brother, and she insisted upon its being impossible to bring him to consent to my going from him to England; and in this uncertainty we continued, not differing so as to quarrel, or anything like it, but so as not to be able to resolve what we should do to make up that terrible breach that was before us.
I fell into the deepest dejection, believing that she had gone away, yet took no steps to resolve my doubt by inquiry of my landlady, to whom, indeed, I had taken an unconquerable aversion from her having once spoken of the girl with less of reverence than I thought befitting.
Possibly, some people might suspect him of a degree of under-bred pride; I have a sympathetic chord within that tells me it is nothing of the sort: I know, by instinct, his reserve springs from an aversion to showy displays of feeling - to manifestations of mutual kindliness.
He had no hope that had not long been my despair, no aversion that I had not accepted among the more or less comfortable conditions of the universe.
In the present study on running-based taste aversion, we likewise expected a successful demonstration of context discrimination, not only because many features of Pavlovian conditioning are shared by running- and poison-based taste aversions (see above), but also because some studies suggest a similarity between running and LiCl in the physiological processes causing taste aversion (Dwyer, Boakes, & Hayward, 2008; Nakajima, Urata, & Ogawa, 2006).
Or you've escaped cravings but fallen victim to aversions - also a common pregnancy companion.
Effects of context exposure during conditioning on conditioned taste aversions.
Chronic Lithium Illness Episodes and Development of Conditioned Food Aversions.
Finally, Goode examines the wine drinker: the role of smell in the perception of wine's flavor, allergies and aversions to wine, and some of the drink's health benefits.
To awaken to our most primal essence--our Buddha nature--the Buddha taught that all beings must realize that the causes of suffering stem from our desires, aversions, and our ignorance of our essential nature, and that we must follow paths away from these causes.
By turns enigmatic, insightful, and lyrical, Aversions offers a body of poetry that is subtle and almost visual in its passionate employment of language.