In an endnote to the second chapter, Leahy writes, "Some readers will start thinking about Alice's Adventures in Wonderland in the early pages of The Unpleasantness
at the Bellona Club without immediately knowing why.
Table-1: Comparison of cough and unpleasantness
score in two groups
Heat sensitivity assessment: During this phase, the detection and unpleasantness
heat thresholds were determined for every participant.
I stopped smoking only three years ago, and even when I did smoke I had not smoked in my local pub for years because of the unpleasantness
of it all.
He must find the connection, the killer, and the extortionist or face unemployment, among other unpleasantness
The low- and high-dose marijuana cigarettes produced identical levels of pain relief and reductions in the intensity and unpleasantness
of pain, the researchers said.
HOW wonderful it is to have a drink or eat a meal without the unpleasantness
of smoke filling the air.
The effectiveness of massage in reducing both the intensity and unpleasantness
of pain suggests that it may act through more than one mechanism," says Allison Mitchinson, who conducted the research at the Veterans Affairs Ann Arbor Healthcare System in Michigan.
The massage group experienced short-term decreases in pain intensity, pain unpleasantness
, and anxiety," the researchers wrote in the journal Archives of Surgery.
I hope we have put all the worry and unpleasantness
of the last eight months behind us.
They could not squelch speech simply to avoid ''the discomfort and unpleasantness
that always accompany an unpopular viewpoint.
During my year in Baghdad, whenever we faced unpleasantness
-- such as when I had four friends killed in action in two weeks -- I gave my subordinates (and myself) some simple perspective: ``At least it ain't the winter of '44.
came by way of the fact that part of the decline in the investment estimate was a reflection of the ongoing weakness in residential investment.
In the chapter entitled 'Architecture and Myth in the Era of Leo X' we are treated to tales of singular unpleasantness
, although they could have been far more interesting if better told, using a clarity of language of which Tafuri was obviously incapable (or consciously unwilling to use).
Protecting The Self: Defense Mechanisms In Action by Phebe Cramer (clinical psychologist and Professor of Psychology at Williams College) is an in-depth reference and resource about the mental defense mechanisms that ordinary people use upon themselves every day of their lives to deal with unpleasantness
, criticism of the self, stress, and other psychologically jarring effects.