"Research has shown that exerting
self-control makes people more likely to behave aggressively toward others and people on diets are known to be irritable and quick to anger." He said.
There is a cost to exerting
effort, c (a), with c' (a) [greater than or equal to] 0, c" (a) > 0, and c' (0) = 0.
As expected, preservice teachers' effort judgments had a positive direct effect on their calibration accuracy, suggesting that those exerting
more effort to understand the course materials were more accurate about their capabilities.
Advantages of these clamps are high exerting
force and wide adjustabil-ity to adapt to different part thicknesses.
As he and his colleagues see it, quintessence--dark energy--settled down to a fixed value and began exerting
a negative pressure throughout the cosmos.
Indeed, developments in Asia also appeared to have had positive, albeit indirect, effects on domestic demand and prices in the near term by exerting
some downward pressure on U.S.
Instead of the American economy exerting
an upward pull on Mexican wages, the Mexican economy has exerted a downward pull on American wages.
Though still exerting
influence in Eastern Europe and the Middle East, and among the disaffected of all societies, Pipes writes that no great state is any longer endangered by the irrationalities such beliefs can let loose.
Yemane Haile, head of the branch office, stated that communal awareness prevails in this regard, and pointed out that exerting
such effort would continue with additional vigor.
Summary: Education Minister Hasan Diab said Monday Lebanon was exerting
efforts towards achieving excellence in education.
my will and denying the reality of imperfection, I was ignoring a spiritual truth that has echoed throughout many cultures and religious traditions for centuries:
On the other, we also need to be alert to the possibility that the forces from Asia might damp activity and prices by more than is desirable by exerting
a particularly forceful drag on the volume of net exports and the prices of imports.
The magnets repelled each other, exerting
about 240 grams of force, a little stronger than that of magnets clinging to your refrigerator door.
The molecules become tangled and untangled and switch from exerting
normal friction to exerting
very low friction, so they slide by each other more easily.
He further pointed out that the College has been exerting
endeavors to promote quality of education and graduating more than 300 annually, in addition to the effort it is exerting
towards strengthening its agricultural extension activities.