jury stress

jury stress

n a form of mental, emotional, psychological, physical, and sexual tension found to affect juries in long trials due to exhaustion, sequestration, the mountain of evidence, and the desire to do the right thing. (See: jury)

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It is too early to say whether these "super corals" could recolonize devastated reefs elsewhere, and Jury stressed that the findings were not cause for complacency.
By handing the Ibsen prize to the "Swiss theater magician," the jury stresses on the award's website that it is honoring "this inimitable theatrical language, its capacity for formal abstraction and experimental arrangement, its humanistic receptivity but at the same time also the challenge that it continues to be for the audience."
Led by Ko-ko U (Myanmar), chairman of the Yangon Media Group and publisher of the Yangon Times, the International Jury stressed the need to remember Darwish, currently in prison, along with so many other human rights defenders and journalists, it said.
He wrote: "The jury stressed that this mental disturbance was not as important as the defence had argued."
The jury stressed that those in charge of all livestock should take all preventative measures to ensure they don't escape on to public roads.
The jury stressed that Shinwari could be a role model in the area of ethics of science because he combines an outstanding personal commitment to ethically responsible research and responsible science with high academic standards of scientific research, education and management.