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that years Nine out of 10 blame "modern living" for their impatience - and wish they could take a calmer approach to life.
Par ailleurs, le porte-parole du Ministere des AE, l'ambassadeur Abou-Bakr Al-Siddiq, a souligne que la visite de la delegation a Juba vise a assurer sur la situation de la securite et de la stabilite au Sud-Soudan, exhortant les parties en conflit a se tenir au cote des moyens pacifiques et au dialogue pour resoudre les differends et de faire des efforts pour calmer la situation au Sud-Soudan.
Sometimes nerves and stress can take a bit out of you physically, so the calmer you can stay the more it will help.
On days when people ate more fruits and vegetables, they reported feeling calmer, happier and more energetic than they normally did," said Dr Conner.
Naturally all refugees want to go back home, but this will take some more time till the situation is a little calmer," Ms Gandhi, who was accompanied by Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde and Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi, told reporters outside the Titaguri relief camp in Kokrajhar.
According to reports, calmer winds on Friday should help firefighters make more progress on containing the fire.
You hope things get calmer as you grow older but I don't know if success makes you calmer.
They say that the Government should make a decision to postpone this statistical operation for calmer times.
ARGENTINA: Striker Gonzalo Higuain admits he is much calmer heading into the World Cup now that his future at Real Madrid has been resolved.
For a calmer and easier bath time, make a dog washing station in your shower.
BP began drilling a relief well yesterday to stop the huge oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico as the slick remained offshore in calmer weather.
THE economy might be in stormy waters, but these schoolchildren were enjoying calmer times pond-dipping by the water's edge.
Hawaii's Plantation course in calmer, sunnier times
This edges out calmer and more relationship-focused blue car drivers into second place.
However, they are much calmer now that they are older and won't be around forever.