inactiveness


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JK s administrative inactiveness and indifference of the Planning Commission of India (PCI) has taken a toll on the development in the State.
Turkmens in Tuz Khurmatu started demonstrating to protest against the inactiveness of security forces in their area.
The "absolute horror" (176) his return inspires, and which is the key to peace and order, makes him a master rather than an agent to them all, a formidable Leviathan that unites them all in a single mass and convicts them to a stasis reminiscent of the inactiveness that results from Hobbes's imposition of absolute authority.
However, it was not possible to distinguish the different types of behaviour on the basis of the sensors, except the distinction between activeness and inactiveness, which included resting and sleeping.
Members of the legislative and constitutional committee of the Shura Council criticised the inactiveness of the committee delegated to pursue and recover smuggled assets.
The lack of sufficient engagement with the task could account for their inactiveness to some extent.
Biocompatibility can be defined broadly as chemical inactiveness of a material, when introduced into the human body, thus making it safe for use as implants.
10 -- A group of Muslim NGOs came heavily against the Congress-led UPA government in the centre for its inactiveness in regard to Assam's ethnic violence and Muslim genocide in Myanmar.
The shocking video has sparked nationwide protests, with one social worker, Shavita Laad, saying: "It speaks in volume about the moral degradation of a few sections of people and also, it speaks in volumes about the inactiveness of the administration.
In our study, African Americans and females were at a higher risk for physical inactiveness when compared to their counterparts.