complacency


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the feeling you have when you are satisfied with yourself

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Winter The game pits top of the table against bottom with Cov's director of rugby, Rowland Winter warning against complacency in a fixture his side, 15 points clear at the head of the table, will be expected to win comfortably.
We've got confidence there's no Barry "We've got belief and confidence but there's no space for complacency," said Douglas.
But occupying a different place or a different time for a couple of weeks can also nudge us out of our complacency.
The study examined data from The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) to determine trends in weight-loss attempts over two and a half decades, and what it has found is increasingly WALL-Esque levels of complacency creeping into the national psyche: Each year, overweight adults are less and less likely to try to lose weight than overweight adults from earlier generations.
Let these survey results not lull us to complacency,' he said.
Everybody is asking me about complacency, blah, blah, blah.
You can smell an air of complacency about the place just before the game.
And the England skipper promised there will be no complacency from his hungry side who are 1-0 up and hell-bent on keeping their opponents down in this four-match series.
The skipper says there will be no hint of complacency against Kilmarnock's lessexperienced players.
Williams denied his side had been guilty of complacency against Newcastle, but admitted it had been an off-day for the Swans with him as guilty as anyone.
Webster defines complacency as "self-satisfaction especially when accompanied by unawareness of actual dangers or deficiencies.
Complicity and Complacency in Occupied Palestine "Between the Israelis, international institutions, and the Palestinian elite there exists a web of complacency and complicity in the structures of occupation.
Just in Fiscal Year 2012 (FY12) (1), complacency as a causal or contributory human factor accounted for only one percent of the total reportable safety mishaps, but represented 30 percent of the total Class A mishaps, 41 percent of the total cost, 50 percent of the aircraft destroyed, and 56 percent of the fatalities.
However, this incident clearly illustrates how complacency crept in and prevented me from taking the time to make sure I followed the correct procedure.