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As the body lurches into a self-defense mode, it mass-produces inflammatory proteins, such as tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-alpha) and high-mobility group box 1 (HMGB1).
But instead of engaging us in the emotional aftershocks, the film lurches into soap-opera territory before fading out and fading from memory.
It's our duty to listen and to serve, but it's also our duty to avoid sudden lurches in policy.
The lack of connection between them makes for a peculiar esthetic disorientation, but then again his disconnectedness lurches to the autistic side of autistic-contiguous experience, renewing it through the backdoor.
In fact, some of the swings have been lurches in which balance and harmony were lost and people were left bewildered and struggling.