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The panel found in favour of the complaint and said when considering the image of the bear on the front of the can, and its positioning alongside the wording "Tiny Rebel", it believed the packaging indirectly encouraged immoderate consumption.
Whereas the first three chapters construct the audience as a participant in the performance of immoderate private emotions--guilt, fear, grief, lust, and remorse--chapter 4 takes us into the realm of emotions defined by public exposure.
These men maintain the same extreme in ignorance that the others maintain in knowledge; so that it cannot be denied that man is immoderate in all things, and cannot be stopped except by necessity and inability to go further.
Statistics reveal that Umm Suqeim Road (between Al Khail Road and Mohammed bin Zayed Road) witnessed 30 traffic accidents resulting in three fatalities, one immoderate injury, and eight moderate injuries.
It tasted bitter and pungent and, to my Michelob-enlightened palate, unfit for immoderate teenage consumption.
Excessive work might generate both positive and negative connections with employees' welfare, linking positively to both fatigue and vitality, being determined by the motivation mobilizing the immoderate work conduct.
I despise "democratic ideology" as much as Lee Congdon does: my 2011 The Conservative Foundations of the Liberal Order was almost exclusively directed against "the immoderate friends of democracy"--those who radicalize it in the name of autonomy, untrammeled consent, and the "anthropocentric humanism" that Solzhenitsyn so wisely castigates.
Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder characterized by immoderate food restriction, inappropriate eating habits or rituals, obsession with having a thin figure, and an irrational fear of weight gain, as well as a distorted body self-perception.
Sometimes, only immoderate voices like his can successfully oppose tyranny.
The so-called moderate rebels have often been very immoderate and ineffective.
Making huge and immoderate shopping sprees isn't really a bad thing.
At the age of 20, May was diagnosed with anorexia nervosa, which involves immoderate food restriction and irrational fear of gaining weight, as well as a distorted body self-perception.