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1 We need a narrative of episodes of severe unemployment that does not embody crude make-work bias but does not deny the existence of large amounts of involuntary unemployment.
2 They were also strapped into a giant centrifuge, where they had to read signals and answer questions despite dizziness, muscle contortions and involuntary spurts of tears.
3 date the best growth strategy, if an involuntary one, has been letting sterling depreciate, by about 25% from its 2007 peak.
4 Several years ago, he was diagnosed with a muscular condition characterized by involuntary jerking of parts of the face.
5 Tourette syndrome is a neurological disorder that can cause involuntary tics such as coughing, yelling, head jerking and blinking.
6 Mr Tedisco, a Republican who wants to "protect law-abiding citizens' tax dollars", has introduced a bill that would require rich inmates to pay for their involuntary stay in New York's prisons.
7 The so-called moral depravity of human soul only refers to the depressed state of mind, for their own selfish involuntary behavior.
8 A microexpression is a brief, involuntary facial expression shown on the face of humans when one is trying to conceal or repress an emotion.
9 According to prearranged goals and will effort, attention can be divided into: involuntary attention, voluntary attention, and post voluntary attention.
10 Blushing, even though it's involuntary, is more or less a learned behavior.
11 Because restraining competition implies mutually-agreed actions, implicit or explicit, voluntary or involuntary, it implies the existence of contracts.
12 in a scene toward the conclusion of the book that strains credulity, Ruth does a kind of involuntary channeling that allows Susie one last moment with Ray.
13 Hiccup is a brief involuntary inspiratory movement followed by glottal closure.
14 Spasmodic winking caused by the involuntary contraction of an eyelid muscle.
15 Denounce human rights violations including outdated and inhuman forms of treatment, poor service delivery, inaccessible care and abusive use of involuntary admission and treatment.
16 For some unaccountable reason, as Arthur Dimmesdale felt the child's eyes upon himself, his hand - with that gesture so habitual as to have become involuntary - stole over his heart.
17 Minus all of the hangers-on and involuntary expenses that I just mentioned?
18 Seizures can vary from the briefest lapses of attention or muscle jerks, to severe and prolonged convulsions (i.e. violent and involuntary contractions, or a series of contractions, of the muscles).
19 Indeed, some say such test restrictions could result over time in involuntary disarmament-something that America (like Russia, Britain, France and China) is disinclined to do.
20 Oxman, Joe Jackson's lawyer, said some family members were disappointed that the doctor was charged only with involuntary manslaughter.
21 That was just one of countless hidden details of Jackson's last days that the world learned during the involuntary manslaughter trial of physician Conrad Murray.
22 A judge in France has placed the aircraft manufacturer Airbus under investigation on charges of involuntary manslaughter over the case of a plane which crashed into the Atlantic Ocean in June 2009.
23 Murray pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of involuntary manslaughter in connection with the pop star's death.
24 Dr Conrad Murray remained expressionless as the jury returned with a guilty verdict in his involuntary manslaughter trial in Los Angeles November 7, 2011.
25 Murray has pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter in Jackson's death.
26 Prosecutors charged Murray with involuntary manslaughter.
27 Jackson’s doctor, Conrad Murray, was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter today.
28 It's no longer an involuntary act because now you know that you are making a choice every time you perform this action.
29 This was an involuntary reassignment, and I believed there was a legal risk to the institution if it was not solved by mutual agreement.
30 As I explained in chapter 4, emotional expressions are involuntary; they begin to appear even when we don't want them to.