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on (one's) own volition

Of one's own choice. No one told me to leave. I left early on my own volition. You failed this class on your own volition—don't try to blame it on me!
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Volition is developing simple, easy to use blood-based cancer tests to accurately diagnose a range of cancers.
Volition has turned me around and I reckon Volition can turn practically anyone around.
If we could learn to control the motivational centers of our brains that drive volition, would it lead us toward healthier, more productive lives?
Volition is one component that is conceptualized by the MOHO, a conceptual practice model that also examines habituation and performance capacity (Kielhofner, 2008).
In particular, Blustein (2006) identifies the confluence of lower socioeconomic status, racism, sexism, homophobia, and disabling conditions as factors that can increase one's experience of barriers and decrease a sense of volition in choosing and pursuing a career path.
Without a strike zone, we sacrifice our professional volition within our organizations, our communities, and certainly our connections with young people.
Our paper contributes to the literature by providing evidence on the role the general/particular volition distinction plays in Malebranche's theodicy, his continuous creation argument for occasionalism, and his concept of God's general volition.
Thirdly, the concept of volition has been adopted and valued by a number of schools, namely phenomenological, social cognitive, and volitional.
Glaringly absent from the extant reviews are the concept of volition and Avksenty C.
In a letter to neighbours in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, Kelly wrote: "I am completely satisfied Kate did not leave of her own volition.
Those are the choices of a mature man in full possession of his faculties, all of them made by his own volition.
As the goalkeeper turned Mooney's header behind the goal, the pitch invader spent almost a minute in the area before wandering off, of his own volition, into the hands of stewards.
But yesterday West Midlands Police said they were working of their own volition in the sex industry.
In fact, it does not take into consideration the volition of the Parliament.
Logline: John Lithgow narrates this "Nova" special about a grueling, Pentagon-sponsored contest seeking robotic vehicles that run and navigate under their own power and volition over treacherous desert terrains.