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Do cultivate a bluestocking look to prove you're intelligent and appropriately gendered, that is, neither head-turningly feminine nor inattentively androgynous.
The proposed mechanism can help teachers to recognize the learning conditions of students, and prevent students from learning inattentively after logging into the distance learning system.
As drivers continue to risk and lose their lives by driving inattentively, a growing statistic due to the flurry of in-car distractions and increasing traffic, Cobra will provide drivers with a variety of driving solutions to suit any budget," said Ziv Aviram, CEO of Mobileye Vision Technologies.
In contrast to all of the ways that the word is not the thing, and the ways that inferential statements get inattentively carried over into observation and our reactions, I think that Johnson's (and Langer's) important contribution to our understanding is that even at the level of the not-words we always already have introjections of inferential data.
139) Yet, if parishioners were inattentively bored, why did they attend church above and beyond the legal requirements?
As such, the barrister must realise that the defendant will be satisfied only if treated with respect by the barrister and will surely be upset (with the solicitor) if treated cavalierly Or inattentively by the barrister, no matter how elated (or dismayed) the legal team is by the case's outcome.
Utterly different is a state in which rebuke and guilt slowly, indirectly, manipulatively, and almost inattentively transpire, as the reader is unaware that the narrator is invading his or her soul.
She rang a bell on the marble counter inattentively.
Strange thoughts are bred in passing through crowded streets should the passenger, by chance, have no exact destination in front of him, much as the mind shapes all kinds of forms, solutions, images when listening inattentively to music.
active learning) and those likely to have processed inattentively (i.